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Spotted Dragon

This is the first of what will be a series of posts about my images appearing in an upcoming art exhibit.  The exhibit will be at the Magale Library at Centenary College of Louisiana, located in Shreveport, Louisiana, and will begin June 1st 2012 and run through the end of August 2012.  The exhibit will be open to the public […]

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Green Anole

This Green Anole was photographed on my deck 31Mar2012.

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Bald Eagle

Just as I was getting ready to leave the Red River National Wildlife Refuge Headquarters Unit Visitor Center today I caught a glimpse of this Bald Eagle circling around the lake.  Of course I left the big lens at home, since dragonflies were my target species for the day. This was taken with a 75-300 zoom and is cropped quite a bit. […]

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Dainty Sulphur

These very small yellow butterflies, appropriately named Dainty Sulphur are hardly noticed as they flutter by in search of nectar or pause briefly to rest.  This image was taken in my yard on 6Apr12 in northwest Louisiana.  Dainty Sulphurs are common to the entire south central United States and may be found throughout much of the […]

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American Lady

In the butterfly world there are several “Ladies”.  The southern U.S. has two species, American Lady and Painted Lady. Both have very  colorful upper wings and can easily be confused.  The image above was taken in my backyard on 4Apr12.  The partially opened wings show bright orange.  Look closely on the left upper wing in the […]

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