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ScottLewis

Albemarle county, Virginia, USALat: 38.06, Long: -78.61

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ScottLewis Bald eagle
Bald eagle commented on by ScottLewis Virginia, USA6 years ago

Me too Draezeth! I don't use the word majestic very often, but I can think of no better time than when describing these big, beautiful birds. Truly majestic.They are awesome to see in the wild!

ScottLewis Viceroy
Viceroy commented on by ScottLewis Virginia, USA7 years ago

Thanks ViSarancha!

ScottLewis Viceroy
Viceroy commented on by ScottLewis Virginia, USA7 years ago

Thanks Gerardo!

ScottLewis Red Admiral
Red Admiral commented on by ScottLewis Virginia, USA7 years ago

Thanks Carol! We actually have quite a variety of butterflies still active here right now. Some of which I hadn't seen at all during the summer. Including these red admirals. It is nice to see. :)

ScottLewis Green sunfish
Green sunfish commented on by ScottLewis Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA7 years ago

Oh, wow. Very interesting.

ScottLewis Scoliid wasp
Scoliid wasp commented on by ScottLewis San Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosí, Mexico7 years ago

Sure thing! :)

ScottLewis Small-eyed sphinx
Small-eyed sphinx commented on by ScottLewis Tennessee, USA7 years ago

Yes ma'am. It is a nice pic! :)

ScottLewis White-tailed deer (fawn)
White-tailed deer (fawn) commented on by ScottLewis Lake Monticello, Virginia, USA7 years ago

I think he had just realized that mom was leaving without him! :)

ScottLewis Hentz’s orbweaver
Hentz’s orbweaver commented on by ScottLewis Virginia, USA7 years ago

Thanks Maria!

ScottLewis Cardinal flower
Cardinal flower commented on by ScottLewis Virginia, USA7 years ago

Thanks! It is striking to see growing wild in the woods. Such a vivid red really stands out amongst the greys and browns of the creek bottom.