Sunday, November 30, 2008

Camera Critters

Captured this beautiful specimen during its short visit.

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35 comments:

  1. You have an eye for the magic that others would miss. You will live in an even lovelier world as you go on. Thank you for sharing your appreciation with us. Aloha,

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  2. This is a beautiful moth, a lovely part of nature and a lovely photo. Thank you.

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  3. The brevity of its visit and the fragility of its wings reminds me of you tenuous is our time here, especially at the hands of people like the terrorists who thankfully have now been stopped. Thank you for the peace in your photo.

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  4. Beautiful capture. I am glad the terror is finally past over there. I hope you have nothing but peace in your future.

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  5. nice to see a resilient Mumbaikar back on track.

    this Delhiite is too shake to post a regular post till now... the events have taken their toll.

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  6. I'm glad you can return to peaceful and delicate creatures to post now.

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  7. You do these so well, and always a new one for me to view.

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  8. lovely ..ive never participated in this meme

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  9. Very beautiful! Thank God we can concentrate on beauty like this now instead of the ugliness of the past few days.

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  10. Beautiful fragile glowing beauty.

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  11. special lighting - looks magical Sandy

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  12. What an amazing shot. I never seem to have my camera ready for that.

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  13. :) and i liked the line that went with it..well, I finally posted and I also gave a link to your blog and story :)

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  14. Do you attach the camarea to your neck? I never manage to be fast enough when something so beautiful stops for a visit...

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  15. Wonderful how it seems to glow with an inner light all its own, as if it was a sign of peace arriving!

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  16. A tiny living flicker of magic! Lovely shot!

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  17. What a beautiful capture of the neat moth.

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  18. What a magical capture of the butterfly!

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  19. Meant to say "Moth" sorry....

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  20. What an amazing shot. I never seem to have my camera ready for that.

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  21. The brevity of its visit and the fragility of its wings reminds me of you tenuous is our time here, especially at the hands of people like the terrorists who thankfully have now been stopped. Thank you for the peace in your photo.

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