Butterfly (zoos ). Photo by Artemida
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Butterfly

Uploaded by: Artemida

Saturday May 14, 2011

St Louis, MO

Caption: St. Louis Zoo

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Focal Length: 150.0 mm

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2. Artemida
6:18 AM GMT on December 30, 2011
This photo was taken at the St. Louis Zoo.
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1. Wings42
5:18 PM GMT on December 29, 2011
Was this beauty wild or in a zoo? I know from hard experience how difficult it is to get a good butterfly picture. They're more skittish than birds if they see any movement. Makes sense when you consider how many creatures eat them.
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Artemida

"Love is the weather being good every day, because wind and rain is just another kind of good weather."I am a person in the pursuit of beauty and in love with nature. I've been shooting actively since October 2011. Posted below are some of my favorite shots of weather and the outdoors.

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