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I Guess I Have to Roll Out My Tongue

Uploaded by: mbryan777

Saturday September 14, 2013

Bartlesville, OK (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: This the first time I have captured a hawkmoth rolling out his tongue (actually proboscis). Last night there were sometimes 4 at a time in my garden. I spend too many hours shooting these guys. But I find them amazing to watch.

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Software: Adobe Photoshop CS5 Windows

Artist: Michael Bryan

Copyright: All Rights Reserved (Photographer) - (Editor)

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3. Becky1
10:29 AM GMT on January 06, 2014
Now this is an amazing shot. I had no idea their tonques were so long!
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2. CythiaSue
3:04 PM GMT on January 03, 2014
Very cool!
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1. YouKnowWho
2:31 AM GMT on September 16, 2013
Wow! Stunning capture!
Thanks for sharing this!
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About mbryan777


Hello. My name is Mike. I moved from a very large city in California to a small city in northeastern Oklahoma, USA. I am enjoying the slower lifestyle in Oklahoma and taking pictures of flowers, sunsets, sunrises, clouds, storms insects and hills. I have an engineering degree, but I minored in Biology so I really enjoy studying nature and how God engineered it. I've always loved photography but digital macro photography and weather photography are my favorites. Slowing down to study the small things, like flowers, has continually reminded me that God gives us many blessings that are simply for our pleasure and He is the designer of beauty.

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