Long lost butterfly


I consider it a good day when I take at least 200-400 photos.  The flip side of this—at last count, I have over 100,000 photos.  I’ve gone through multiple laptops and hard drives.  There are photos I clearly remember taking even if they are years ago.  Others—like this shot—I feel like I have seen for the first time today.

Based on my filing system, it was taken at the Ft. Worth Botanic Gardens.  The butterfly is on a plant known as salvia—or scarlet sage.

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Tips:
Don’t wait until you reach over 100,000 photos to start sharing them with others.  Hoarding them doesn’t do anyone good.  It’s also interesting to see how you have progressed as a photographer over the years with different cameras and improved skills.  Don’t be afraid to share your talents!

Camera:  Sony DSC-V1
Date:  October 2005

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