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Tag Archives: Scottsdale
Old Town Scottsdale has a little bit of everything for the visitor. You can find a variety of restaurants (my personal fave is Cien Agaves – try the guacamole!) that will take you from breakfast to dinner. Loads of gift … Continue reading
When I first entered the beautiful (and quite humid) area where all of the butterflies and moths were, my eyes were drawn to these butterflies that looked like pieces of white tissue paper fluttering in the air.
The Sapho Longwing, a neotropical species. By the way… if you haven’t already, I invite you to follow me on Instagram @imagesbytd to see what I’m up to. Enjoy your weekend!
Heliconius erato – The neotropical Red Postman Butterfly. It’s not often you get to see a butterfly belly!
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
Try saying that three times fast. While going through my files and moving them from the hard drive to the dedicated for photos external hard drive I had an itch to try monochrome images again after yesterday’s church door. But … Continue reading
F 4 – 1/30 – ISO 125 – 35mm – Canon 5D III