Monarch Butterfly Preserve-misty light (rain Fall+colors insects trees ). Photo by LindyLu60
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Monarch Butterfly Preserve-misty light

Uploaded by: LindyLu60

Friday November 16, 2012

Grover Beach, CA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: South of Pismo Beach. Even with rain drizzle, we went to see them. just as we arrived there was a break in the rain. I was able to capture a few photos, not many as I hurried before more rain set in. It was a wonderful treat!

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7. LindyLu60
6:53 PM GMT on November 17, 2012
Thanks to all... Also a must see if you are in this area during November through February. This group of Monarchs are here every year, stay the duration, as this is their migration spot !
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6. lorik
4:30 PM GMT on November 17, 2012

LOve it!!!:-))
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5. windchimes1
2:16 PM GMT on November 17, 2012
WOW I have never seen so many of these beauties in one spot before. This whole series is just beautiful. Thank you for sharing!!
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4. luvne32
1:47 PM GMT on November 17, 2012
WOW, WOW !! So awesome is our fragile planet, and these fragile beings. If I knew enough Spanish I would wish them "Traveling Blessings" in that language as they continue on to Mexico. Or, perhaps, is there a place where they remain all winter in CA?
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3. Cowgazer
1:47 PM GMT on November 17, 2012
You are so lucky to see this wonder of nature, thanks for shareing with us. Well done!
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2. LindyLu60
10:44 AM GMT on November 17, 2012
thanks, I had a really good time seeing this natural event!
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1. coiltesla3
9:18 AM GMT on November 17, 2012
these deserve an AC! WOW great series
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