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Svjetlana, your butterflies are far more patient than ours (and they seem more beautiful too)
Or it is a matter of skills of course
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Thanks Domien.
I think it is a matter of food.
It looks like they were hungry and lavender (21 of them) provided lots of food for them so they have taken their time to collect it all.
Skills also help of course.
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The orange one is almost scary Svjetlana




A rather heartwarming story goes w this photo (at least for me)
I found this little critter in the bottom of my kitchen sink one day. A window to the outside is above
I've become fond of these curious leopard spotted guys. I went to recover it, but did not respond, put it into this Tupperware bottom, away from my cats, and hoped it might revive.

Next day looked to it, still there unmoved, picked it up took it to my garden and it flew away
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No, I'm just a guy, Fred. But thanks
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Portrait of a big hairy moth


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Originally posted by Fred_S Fred_S wrote:


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