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Old 07-02-2019   #1
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Great catch! It really works!
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A monarch butterfly. Amazing creatures....I recommend reading about their migration.
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A monarch butterfly. Amazing creatures....I recommend reading about their migration.

I use to catch their migration each year when I lived in the Florida Panhandle. I spent 10 years shooting for a little weekly and would do a section spread of photos when they came through!
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I got caught up in a whole mess of those a month ago on my bike. It was great. They sorta flew with me and kept me company for quite a while.

I shot this Monarch 30-40 years ago in Savannah, Ga w/ a Canon AE-1 and FD 50 1.8 lens that I'd bought in a thrift store there for $13.50.

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