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Monday, September 29, 2014

Monarch Invasion at GonSS






9 comments:

  1. The photos are so rich in color and so clear. May I ask what camera you use?

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    1. Susan,
      I have a Canon PowerShot S3 IS. It's almost 8 years old. I keep learning new things that I can do with it.

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  2. Great photos of these lovely visitors to you gardens. I saw one yesterday or the day before on the passion vine outside the scullery window. I was thrilled.

    Have a GREAT week ~ FlowerLady

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  3. GonSS, Monarchs are amazing to watch, aren't they. To think that something that looks so delicate and fragile could migrate so far south is unbelievable. Nature is incredibly fascinating, don't you think? Each part of nature has balance until mankind comes along and tries to improve it. Even with human disruption, nature still can retain it's beauty and harmony. That is truly incredible.

    Have a great Monarch watching day.

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  4. I am assuming the butterflies are heading south soon. We use to have the migration of thousands of monarch but the past three years they have moved over by the Missouri River area and following it south. You did get some great shots of those hungry insects.

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  5. AMAZING!! What a fabulous experience. :o) Hooray for you!

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