The Butterfly House

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  1. KevinR

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    We took our daughter to a Butterfly House over the weekend and had a great time. Thought I would post a few shots of the trip. Now that I shot it once, I have a better idea on what I need to do to shoot it again. Thought some of the images where okay though.
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    Beautiful series of shots!! : )
     
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    Thanks. They move around alot more then I expected.:D
     
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    great shots kevin, i went to a butterfly "house" in the spring as it is too hot for them now, but we only had a handful of species, these are beautiful... :thumbup:
     
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    Fun series. :)

    Sometimes they are so intent on what they're doing, you can get right up to them and they are oblivious. Other times they flit about so quickly, it seems impossible! :lol:

    Those places are fun, regardless, aren't they?
     
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    There was one called "Morpho Peleides" (cool name) that was a great blue color, but do you think one of these darn things would land? Really the only one I couldn't even get a shot off of these.
     

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