Fluorescent Brevity

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© Kevin Collins
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UploadedApril 30, 2008
TakenApril 24, 2008
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D200
Exposure1/125 sec at f/2.2
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length35 mm
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Luna moths only live as adults for approximately one week, so I was very fortunate to encounter one at 2AM in Charlottesville, Virginia.

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  • Jill Ocone

    Jill Ocone (Deleted) said (29 Apr 2008):


  • Steve Gong

    Steve Gong gave props (29 Apr 2008):

    Moths are much cooler than butterflies. **** butterflies.

  • Slimeface

    Slimeface said (5 May 2008):

    Very beautiful this is!!

  • Lisa Slifko

    Lisa Slifko gave props (17 Jun 2008):


  • Tricia Bergland

    Tricia Bergland (Deleted) said (9 Aug 2008):

    I haven't seen a LUNA in a few years. I thought Global Warming had done them in or some other awful environmental dilemma.

  • Aj Offsuit

    Aj Offsuit said (21 Sep 2008):

    I have never seen one. But it looks a lot a shot I took of a Snake's Head Moth. I always think bugs are going to bite me if I handle them. So I don't.

  • William McDonald

    William McDonald gave props (12 Dec 2008):

    incredible photograph!

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