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Old 08-29-2014   #1
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Rescued this moth from the bottom of the kitchen door frame. About 1.25" body length. It insisted on resting on the handle of the grandchildren's bubble wand.
All shots focus stacked using zerene.

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Great series Brian
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Splendid series and stereo!


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Thanks Gautam and Georgios for the comments
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