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Papilio Glaucus Photograph - Sultry Summer Day by Byron Varvarigos

Sultry Summer Day is a photograph by Byron Varvarigos which was uploaded on December 7th, 2011.

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Gorgeous light, colors, and composition, Byron! f/v

Byron Varvarigos replied:

Heidi, thanks so much! : )

Great composition and capture, love the colors vf

Byron Varvarigos replied:

Thanks much, Guy, can't wait 'till the weather gets a bit more sultry! : )

A great nature capture

Byron Varvarigos replied:

Thank you! :-)

Love this! So beautiful. I don't know that I've seen Queen Anne's Lace around here. Could have, but just didn't know what I was looking at.

Byron Varvarigos replied:

Carolyn, thanks so much! QAL grows wild throughout the USA (naturalized from Eurasia) edible when young, considered a pest weed in some areas (so you've probably seen it). ^.^

Beautifullly timed and captured

Byron Varvarigos replied:

Mike, I really appreciate your compliment!

Beautiful detail excellent work!

Byron Varvarigos replied:

Thank you much, Susan!

nice one Byron, love the contrast between the butterfly and the Queen Anne's Lace - also thank you for teaching me the proper names of respectively the butterfly and plant :)))

Byron Varvarigos replied:

Thanks much for your appreciation, Dean! So, here's another bit of nature info from this photo: the butterfly is a female. :-)

Wonderful capture and image, Byron. Now that it is turning cold where I live I will certainly revisit this image on those sub zero days. F&V

Byron Varvarigos replied:

Thanks much, Bruce! I was feeling nostalgic for Summer when I posted this---and your weather is even harsher than ours here in Philly--hope this warms your spirit! :-)

Beautiful image. I love queen anne's lace. f/v

Byron Varvarigos replied:

Thanks very much, Wanda!

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