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Texan Crescent

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Thursday November 21, 2013

Tubac, AZ (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Phyciodes texana. Would you believe a butterfly in November? Found on the de Anza Trail near Tubac, Arizona, USA.

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2. ChrisAnthemum
3:57 PM GMT on November 22, 2013
Yes, I would! My father used to take me hiking in the Sonoran Desert during the winter, and we would see an occasional butterfly. Nice series, Pat!
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1. YouKnowWho
12:21 PM GMT on November 22, 2013
Cool! And beautiful!
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Thanking all of you for comments on my photos, I imagine you won't see it. So I want to thank you profusely here, where you will, for all your wonderful comments and support.Most of my work is found under the name Pat Goltz (with or without space) on various art sites. I have been doing art seriously for over ten years. In addition to photography, I do digital art, including fractals, abstracts, Hubisms, and digital landscapes. For fractals, I use Ultrafractal, Xenodream, or Apophysis. Most of my landscapes are done in Terragen. A Hubism is a type of abstract that is done in Bryce or Vue d'Esprit. In photography, I do mostly nature, including landscapes, flowers, birds, insects, and other subjects, as well as urban photography. I like to provide beauty, and my photography is for people who cannot go where I go, so that they may enjoy the beauty. Soli Deo Gloria.

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