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    We were covered in sweat and soil and had spent almost an hour with the things before I convinced him to come in. But I just love his dreamy focus on animals. Any animals.

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    1. Fransois 48 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Les petits bonheurs / Little happinesses, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    2. Adam Clutterbuck 45 months ago | reply

      Your photo in the pool of
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      Gerhard vs the Zebra

    3. iJihad 45 months ago | reply

      oneof100#5

      This one is so unique.

    4. Adam Clutterbuck 44 months ago | reply

      Congratulations!
      You have won your THIRD competition in the pool of
      Highly Competitive-Flickrs 100 Best .
      This status can be contested!

    5. .. Motaz Al-Bar Photographr .. 41 months ago | reply

      i love it .. perfect macro capture

    6. Goofi.Ge 40 months ago | reply

      So amazing with great details

    7. BendingPhotography 40 months ago | reply

      magnificient detail :DDD

    8. Adam Clutterbuck 39 months ago | reply

      Congratulations!
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    9. Adam Clutterbuck 39 months ago | reply

      Your photo in the pool of
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    10. Adam Clutterbuck 39 months ago | reply

      Congratulations!
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    11. N4VAL 30 months ago | reply

      Great shot.
      I haven't seen one of these since my youth. This is an Tobacco Hornworm, very similar and eats the same foliage of various plants as the Tomato Hornworm, but the Tobacco Hornworm has a red horn on it's rear, the Tomato Hornworn has a black horn. These do not become butterflies, they do become moths.

    12. ALEX0008 23 months ago | reply

      I love this beautifull photo..

    13. Adam Clutterbuck 21 months ago | reply

      Congratulations!
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    14. msonflk(off) 20 months ago | reply

      excellent work.

    15. A@die 17 months ago | reply

      This photo is a good sample in the flickr. It is awarded the flickr Clickx Award!
      award 12
      flickr Clickx (post1 – award 5)
      Please consider posting this photo into this group.

    16. Enlightened Fellow 2 months ago | reply

      Congratulations!
      You have won your SIXTH competition in the pool of
      Flickr’s 100 Best

    17. Adam Clutterbuck 4 weeks ago | reply

      This photo was in the pool of Flickr’s 100 Best but has been successfully challenged
      Please help us keep the tags in order and remove the "accepted@1of100" tag, thanks!
      We look forward to your next submission!

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