Created 2-Aug-14
Modified 2-Aug-14
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After observing how a Tiger Swallowtail was feeding on the flowers of a Pickerel Weed growing in the shallow waters of a local pond, I decided to try to capture shots of it in flight by anticipating when it would lift-off the plant and fly to, and alight on the flowers of another nearby plant.

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Category:Animals
Subcategory:Butterflies
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Keywords:butterfly, insect, swallowtail, tiger swallowtail, yellow butterfly

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Bee Hobbs(non-registered)
What great shots!! And Diana certainly has some great ideas for combining enhancing your shots!! I have seen the yellow swallowtails, black one but narry a Monarch--where have they gone too? Lots of Love, Bee
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