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Photo of the Day ~ Macro: Bugs and Closeups Category ~ December 10, 2007

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Monarch To Be
by Jackie Hamilton (Adirondack Gal) 
Camera:
Panasonic Lumix FZ-50
Location:
Loon Lake, New York
 
United States of America

Photographer Notes:
None.


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Robin-Lee Vieira commented on December 10, 2007 00:21:
What a terrific capture Jackie! Amazing color, detail and light in this facinating image along with a wonderful background blur & color! I love the gold trimming too! Congratulations on this very well deserved POTD!!
Kathy Pazaryna commented on December 10, 2007 10:30:
Nice capture Congrats on your POTD win Jackie
Linn Smith commented on December 10, 2007 11:17:
A unique idea to show the beginning stage of the monarch and extremely well photographed with wonderful detail. Congratulations on your win today!
Patrice Cigallio Wesa commented on December 10, 2007 15:58:
Wonderful image, Jackie! Great title too. The chrysalis is so thin that you can see the monarch beneath it. Sticking detail and comp! Congratulations!
Marge commented on December 11, 2007 14:41:
Incredible colors..Fantastic photo...Next time I see a chrysalis I'll look at it more carefully. Amazing what you don't see until you really look. Congratulations!
Priscilla commented on December 11, 2007 15:38:
Fantastic
Laura Jacquelyn commented on December 11, 2007 19:17:
This is the best pic ever !! No bias here!!
Linda Knox commented on December 12, 2007 08:19:
Great honor to a great photographer. I am in awe at what your eye has captured for everyone's eyes to enjoy.


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