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rdavs
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join:2002-11-21
Tucson, AZ
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12 recommendations

Cycle of a Queen Butterfly

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Canon EOS 40D
100mm 1/125th -0.6ev F8 ISO200


Queen Caterpillar on Milkweed
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Canon EOS 40D
100mm 1/60th -0.6ev F16 ISO200


Queen attaching itself to make a chrysalis
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Canon EOS 40D
100mm 1/60th -1ev F16 ISO200


Queen Chrysalis
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Canon EOS 40D
100mm 1/100th -1.3ev F20 ISO200


Queen Chrysalis almost ready
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Canon EOS 40D
210mm 1/500th -1ev F7.1 ISO200


Queen Butterfly on a Milkweed flower
I felt lucky today to see the life cycle of the Queen Butterfly!


SueS
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join:2007-05-16
Macon, MO
kudos:2
Thanks for sharing! Beautiful photos!

We got to watch a Monarch Butterfly go from Caterpillar to a beautiful butterfly a few summers ago. It is amazing, but I only have two photos taken with a point and shoot.


Kringle
Dr.D
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join:2004-02-27
Pierrefonds, QC
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reply to rdavs
Thanks for sharing this great series!


Warzau
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join:2000-10-26
Naperville, IL
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reply to rdavs
Beautiful, my daughters will enjoy these pictures.


ErikVKing
Erik the Viking
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join:2008-06-19
Davenport, IA
reply to rdavs
Great shots, how long did it take?


rdavs
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join:2002-11-21
Tucson, AZ
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These were all taken on Friday morning, I was amazed to see all phases at one time!


freeze
I'm not even Greek
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join:2001-05-13
Ohio
reply to rdavs
Fantastic.


DavisPhotog
Flyingphotog
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join:2001-08-26
Santa Rosa, CA
reply to rdavs
Those are great. The first one is a bit overexposed (1/2 to 1 stop), but they all have great color.

I love the story this tells. It prompted me to go on youtube and find some time-lapse videos of the same thing. Very neat.
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I am the Flying Photog, see my website accordingly named Flyingphotog.com. User known formerly as zakooldude.