Thursday, January 26, 2006

Monarch


Danaus plexippus
Vero Beach FL
1/25/06
What can I really say about Monarchs? Well, some of them are quite wary, never allowing approach, and others less so. This is one that is less so. I think they are quite pretty insects, and I am glad that I can see them almost every day.

3 comments:

Helen said...

When I see a shot like this, I just shake my head. How can there not be a great creator?
And yes Mike, that Ripple is a real tear-jerker!
Peace...................

thingfish23 said...

Where ya been all my life, bro?

Check out my blog as well. Lots of insect photos.

I also have a profile page up at bugguide.net -

http://bugguide.net/bgimage/user/1002?from=48

I would have simply emailed you, but there's no way to do so off of your Blog that I can see.

Also, dig this 'un: (snippet)

"I work in the field of forensic pathology, though I am not a doctor. I wish I was a doctor, because the paychecks are bigger. Instead I do forensic photography – or, at least, that’s what I trained for at the Miami-Dade Medical Examiner’s Office (MDME)."

That's me. It's here:

http://tamingoftheband-aid.blogspot.com/2005/08/hungry.html

Stop by and say hi.

Out.

beetlecat said...

There's just something I like about the lighting in this shot. Perspective is nice too.