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Posted By: slowpez, 03-11-2013, 07:50 AM

In Gainesville. As my dear husband would say - Go Gators. University of Florida fans are rabid.

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03-13-2013, 11:14 AM   #16
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These are terrific, Susan. The first one is both remarkable and marvelous - very impressive.

Jer
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These are awesome! #2 is just great. I like the color, the way you can almost see through the wings, and especially the spectral background. A+!
Thanks Jer and GeoJerry. You guys do my ego good.

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Nice series. I like them.
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Nice series. I like them.
Thanks so much
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I enjoyed looking at these shots too. That 300mm F4 suits you! Thanks for sharing.

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I live in Gainesville and now I have to go to the museum to see these guys, thanks! Also, I like the first one the best, spread out wings is so typical but upright is something different.
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I enjoyed looking at these shots too. That 300mm F4 suits you! Thanks for sharing.
Thanks so much for the kind comment. I am enjoying the lens very much.

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I live in Gainesville and now I have to go to the museum to see these guys, thanks! Also, I like the first one the best, spread out wings is so typical but upright is something different.
Thank you and, yes you should go to the museum. It is one of the best butterfly conservatory's we have seen.
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