It's Mothra!!

  • D A Y S o f H O N E Y 5y

    This is number one for me... this is beautiful.
  • faulknjc1 5y

    Thanks, Rhea. That is very kind. I really got lucky on this one - there were actually TWO of these suckers on my front porch one afternoon - they had just come out of their cocoons, so moving very slowly and easy to photograph.
  • D A Y S o f H O N E Y 5y

    It was brand new then, how cool! It truly gives me chills it's so amazing. I've always loved moths, I like butterfly's too but moths are even more out of this world. :)
  • Tami Loving Life 5y

    Actually Moths for some reason have always given me the creepies, I have no idea why. But, I think this photo is beautiful.

    Congrats on being chosen for PW's Group Four!!
  • andrea matrix 5y

    Holy Crow!
    This is so wonderfully cool!
    Your lines rock!
  • mimsystudios 5y

    This is incredible! Love it.
  • D A Y S o f H O N E Y 5y

    YAY! I was rooting for you and just waiting for this to be chosen. I'm very glad. This is still my favorite. :)
  • KS_Kris 5y

    Fantastic! one of my favorite kinds of moth!
  • Jaye 5y

    GREAT photo.
  • Lauren Miller 5y

    LOVE!!!!!!!!! Wonderful-
  • Bluebonnet61 5y

    This is one of my favorites, too! Great work!
  • Kristina C 5y

    How beautiful and unique! Love it!
  • lucy loomis 5y

    "take me to your leader" -- love him -- he definitely has the face of an alien and the wings of an angel.
  • RubyT (got Billy Idol tickets!) 5y

    Really cool! Congrats on group 4!
  • Kelly 5y

    I love these crazy moths! They get really big! Great shot!
    seen in PW assignments
  • Anna Hutchison 5y

    Awww you DEFINITELY should have been in the finalists! This was my favorite!
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Taken on May 19, 2010
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