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Five hundred photographs later between the two of us, I think we got a pretty good photograph of this Red Admiral butterfly on our secret trail in Rocky Mountain National Park.

We must have stood there for over a half an hour just clicking away, hoping that this little butterfly would open its wings. It obliged a bit but not as much as we would have liked!

I can’t decide which pose I like better. Sometimes the under side of the butterfly is just as pretty, if not prettier, than the upper side.

isn’t it just gorgeous? Which one do you like best?

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One Response to “Stunning Red Admiral Butterfly On Our Secret Trail In RMNP!”

  1. Kathleen says:

    Oh, I have seen these in the Park. The middle photograph receives my vote. It reminds me of Picasso’s (and Braque’s) painting style of Cubism.

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