Waiting for a moment.

Seems like we are always waiting for that moment. A moment that seems to have no beginning and perhaps no ending. Such is the case with trying to photograph bees just taking to flight or just landing. The results are seldom clear but like life itself what is?

3 thoughts on “Waiting for a moment.

  1. todd213

    Hi,

    I recommend a complete “find and replace” of all references of lorquin’s admiral in https://naturehasnoboss.com/2018/07/18/lorquins-admiral-limenitis-lorquini/ “Lorquin’s Admiral: Limenitis lorquini” and “Lorquin’s Admiral” https://naturehasnoboss.com/2021/08/12/lorquins-admiral/ to weidemeyer’s admiral (Limenitis weidemeyeri).

    Although these two sibling species are similar, to many naturalists, they differ; not only in wing markings; but, distribution. Lorquin’s admirals do not fly in Yellowstone National Park; but, several hundred miles to the west.

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    Thx, Todd

    Todd L. Stout
    Raising Butterflies
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    todd@raisingbutterflies.org
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