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Jesus said, I am the resurrection and the life; he that believeth in me. though he were dead, yet he shall live, St. John 11: 25
When a Monarch butterfly
Saw a Zinnia today
That was ready to die..
He pollinated it anyway..
Tho' the flower almost gone
Would soon be dead...
His vision went far beyond
Seeing the color red...
Poetry, by me, AJP
Please check out this link where I learned "Butterflies have good color vision sensing more â€œwavelengthsâ€ than either humans or bees and, unlike bees; butterflies can see the color red."
There were a couple of Monarch's flying on the Zinnia's this afternoon. Even though this flower is beyond its prime, I chose it as my favorite to show for today. I liked it because regardless that the flower is dying the butterfly took the time to care for it....
Focal length 280 mm
Exposure time 1/200 sec.
ISO Speed 360
Exposure Program manual
Also by Andrea Petersen
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