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..flock together.
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Yellow Hatchy
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That's a Plains Cupid butterfly. I spotted it yesterday in a garden near my place. It flits from one place to another and it;s hard to catch the beautiful patterns on it's tiny wings.
Comments and critique are welcome.
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:iconyouareplz::iconallowedplz: go ahead and use this for wallpaper and share it with it with others!
:target:YOU DO NOT HAVE PERMISSION TO:target: crop, alter or sell for money in anyway unless i have given you permission or if you :star:credit me and tell me you have used it (i'd like to see what you did with it ^^):star:
:star: for the people who do not have a deviant art account:star: If you would like to ask me about using my art for anything please email me at lawhart@shaw.ca
i have hidden watermarks so don't even think about stealing it :D
Don't worry, I won't bite ^^
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This bird let me go right up to him/her with a macro lens and didn't have a care in the world about it. Managed to get quite the impressive shot.
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Chinese goose!

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A mother American Flamingo (Phoenicopterus ruber) protecting her chick from the cold.

Denver Zoo Oct 2012
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All she needs is her clothes! I'm making MH doll customs of the first 12 homestuck trolls, and having a blast. Was just going to snap a quick photo of her and it turned into a photo shoot ^.^
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Beautiful and interesting little bird indigenous to the Rocky Mountain National Park, CO.
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A common kestrel under light snow
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I made a Danbo.
It's just over an inch tall and can move its arms and head.
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