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Post  tinsoldier on Wed Feb 29, 2012 11:09 pm

Hi! I was a member back on the old MSN boards. I love butterflies, hummingbirds and photography so having a flower garden is my favorite studio that I can just walk out into every day during the summer. I usually have a few Rudy Throated Hummingbirds that guard my garden and a variety of butterflies. I have Milkweed planted and I raise any Monarch caterpillars that I find indoors and release them once they emerge. I also raised 2 Spicebush caterpillars this year and their chrysalises are still here in my office waiting for spring. I hope they come out at the right time 'cause we have had a very mild winter this year!

Here's a few photos of my butterflies:









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Post  Theresa on Wed Feb 29, 2012 11:50 pm

Hi tinsoldier!! So glad that you joined us!! There is a few of our old members here!

Love your butterfly pictures! Monarchs are one of my favorite butterflies.

Just take a look around the forum and join in Very Happy
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Post  nKedrOoStEr on Fri Mar 02, 2012 8:43 am

Those are some excellent photo's! I love that 2nd to last shot. Very Happy

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Post  Josh on Sun Mar 04, 2012 6:00 pm

Hi tinsoldier!
It's been a long time since we met but I've never forgotten that Mexican restaurant we went to that had the Mariachi Band! I loved that music, it was the first live band I had ever seen, and the man came over to our table and asked me what I wanted them to play!!! I can play a little bit of Mexican music. I like to take pictures too, and I'm just learning how, you take some awesome pictures!
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Post  dreamingofmygardens on Sun Mar 18, 2012 10:34 am

HI- I remember you!!!! we traded a few times. I still have most of my old notes, i just uncovered yesterdays when i was organizing my seeds. You photos are beautiful!! Spring just arrived here..Early to! I have got to get my hummer feeder our and the oriole feeder too.

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