Sunday, October 25, 2009

Camera Critters

An overview of the Mumbai Moth.
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15 comments:

  1. He is quite lordly from this perspective.

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  2. Have to agree with Sandy -- lordly, indeed! Great shot, as always!

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  3. Great close-up. He's an interesting critter.

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  4. Sandy is right. A regal flyer of the Mumbai night. Oh to see what he spies!

    Namaste & Aloha, Friend!


    Comfort Spiral

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  5. It reminded me of a nice Greek song for kids, titled: A beautiful butterfly!

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  6. wow what a perfect shot! Happy camera critters
    purrs and love
    Luna

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  7. It is an interesting critter and thanks for sharing your Mumbai.

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  8. The moth,
    Enraged,
    Beats against the lamp,
    His wings forming
    Countless tiny fans,
    And falls at last
    A fragile pinch of gray ashes.
    The lamp burns on,
    Tranquilly ........

    ;)

    (Cute shot :)

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  9. Your Mumbai Moth has grown! What makes it a Mumbai moth? Or did I already ask you that...

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  10. I almost expect to see the front and profile views like they put on those aircraft identification cards we had in the army. Or at least technical specs on the capabilities of the Mumbai Moth. ("With its variable swept wing design, the moth can take of in very limited space, but once airborne with the wings swept, it can achieve airspeeds up to 400 knots.")

    Nice one!

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  11. Interesting perspective ;-)
    Hugs and blessings,

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