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Cat and Butterfly in BTNR

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Cat and Butterfly in BTNR

Postby siguim » Wed Apr 18, 2012 10:49 pm

Mt recent foray yielded nature as it has always been. A butterfly that flutters close to the forest floor and looks like the forest leaf litter. Blending into your surrounding is the best way to stay out of harm's way.

And renewal of life takes place in many way. The plants put out a new flush of delicate leaves. The new caterpillar finds this a delicacy. It nibbles its way to become a beautiful butterfly.
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Re: Cat and Butterfly in BTNR

Postby richardlbong » Sun Apr 22, 2012 9:43 pm

Very nice shots
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