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Monthly Archives: January 2017
This guy (I think it is a male) is the black Atrophaneura Varuna or Batwing Butterfly; a member of the swallowtail family sans the tail. Of all the butterflies at the wonderland, this one stood out the most!
Well she (we were told this was a she) may have after her wings dried. This is Miss Attacus Atlas a very big moth that had just recently emerged from her cocoon when we arrived at the Butterfly Wonderland in … Continue reading
Well, the Tiger Longwing Butterfly that is. More about butterflies, macro photography (and possibly about an epic macro fail if I can bare to show it) and where this critter and it’s relatives were. F5.6 – 100mm macro – 1/100 … Continue reading
Now where were we heading off to in Arizona?
And the high trail we did take. At this point we hadn’t reached the top yet but what a view! It was a girls only hike as DH and his dad went to a pub (the nerve of them!) and … Continue reading
You take the low road….
Saguaro are magnificent cactus and – in my opinion anyway – no two are exactly alike. Some are just straight up and down without arms (known as spears) while others grow side arms. They have an incredibly long life span … Continue reading
This group in the Usery Mountain Regional Park in Mesa, Arizona is prickly 24/7/365 😉
After a bit of which way should we go now – they went that away!