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Tuesday, September 28, 2010

September Near Miss Pics

I have yet to determine the exact name of this dragonfly. I suppose it's from the Darner family.

No identification problem here, it's a Cabbage Moth sipping nectar! Look closely.

                                              An Amish couple taking a leisurely Sunday drive.

This weather vane is about to fall off an ancient red barn. The James Co. of Fort Atkinson, WI  made these large weather vanes around the 1900s. This one has not been used for target practice and would probably go for at least a thousand bucks on the collectors market.

          There are an interesting variety of insects that live in my Gladiolas including this pretty beetle.

                                       A gnarly branch festooned with a little early color.

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