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N 147 B 2.3K C 215 E Sep 23, 2015 F Apr 14, 2022
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This image is included in a gallery "Butterflies & Moths 3" curate by Cheryl Blay.

This was taken at the Butterfly Conservatory in Niagara Parks near the Niagara Falls in Canada. Approaching In the dark background is a Red Postman (Heliconius erato). The fully spread wings of the resting butterfly are beautifully highlighted in the soft. filtered light of the Conservatory.

According to the 2008 Official Guide of the Conservatory:- "The Julia is bold in colour and personality, displaying dashing flight patterns and animated courtship behaviours in the Conservatory. For over 10 years , this butterfly has been reared on site. The female wings, framed by dark lines, seem dull compared to the flaming orange colour of the males."

Dryas iulia (often incorrectly spelled julia), commonly called the Julia butterfly, Julia heliconian, the flame, or flambeau, is a species of brush-footed (or nymphalid) butterfly. The sole representative of its genus Dryas, it is native from Brazil to southern Texas and Florida, and in summer can sometimes be found as far north as eastern Nebraska. Over 15 subspecies have been described. (Wikipedia)

Tags:   Julia Dryas iulia Heliconius erato Red Postman lesser crested tern Butterfly Conservatory Niagara Parks Butterfly insect Insecta SpecInsect Autumn afternoon Nature National Geographic closetonature Concordians close-up Macro photography narrow depth of field shadows shades Ontario Canada geo tagged sachtarpheta urticifolia Jamaica vervain Julia heliconian the flame or flambeau green bokeh pale blue bokeh travel male soft filtered light in gallery

N 139 B 3.9K C 340 E Oct 5, 2015 F Nov 14, 2016
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About 310 km from Scarborough, Algonquin Provincial Park is located between Georgian Bay and the Ottawa River in Central Ontario, mostly within the Unorganized South Part of Nipissing District. Established in 1893, it is the oldest provincial park in Canada. The park is considered part of the "border" between Northern Ontario and Southern Ontario. The park is in an area of transition between coniferous forest and deciduous forest. This unique mixture of forest types, and the wide variety of environments in the park, allows the park to support an uncommon diversity of plant and animal species.

This was taken on an overcast day, at a spot where the flow of river became very slow.

Tags:   Algonquin Concordians closetonature Canada Toronto Autumn reflection waterscape water reflection fall colours Nature National Geographic Travel lake reflections Autumn leaves Autumn foliage HDR riverscape GrandMareGroup landscape NGC Scenics,notjustlandscapes!

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About 310 km from Scarborough, Algonquin Provincial Park is located between Georgian Bay and the Ottawa River in Central Ontario, mostly within the Unorganized South Part of Nipissing District. Established in 1893, it is the oldest provincial park in Canada. The park is considered part of the "border" between Northern Ontario and Southern Ontario. The park is in an area of transition between coniferous forest and deciduous forest. This unique mixture of forest types, and the wide variety of environments in the park, allows the park to support an uncommon diversity of plant and animal species.

This was a quiet part of the Oxtongue River, taken on an overcast morning, a few hundred metres from the Oxtongue River rapid falls. The river bed comprises predominantly of gravels and stones.

Tags:   Algonquin Provincial Park Autumn Morning autumn colours Toronto Canada overcast Landscape Scenics,not justlandscapes! Nature National Geographic closetonature Concordians Travel Geological feature geo tagged maple trees Oxtongue River Grande Mare Group still water waterscape oil painting filter Central Ontario HDR

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Oxtongue River-Ragged Falls is one of the top ten waterfalls in Ontario, Canada. The gravel falls demonstrates the powerful, erosive force of glacial melt water. Algonquin Provincial Park is about 260 km from Toronto. This was taken on an overcast morning, a few hundred metres from the actual falls when the flow was a bit rapid. The river bed comprises predominantly of gravels and stones.

Tags:   Travel Autumn Morning Canada Algonquin Oxtongue River-Ragged Falls Nature National Geographic Concordians closetonature Autumn leaves water reflection water movement Grande Mare Group Landscape waterscape maple trees overcast HDR CPL filter Scenics,notjustlandscapes!

N 84 B 3.3K C 141 E Oct 5, 2015 F Jan 17, 2020
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This image is included in a gallery ""2020 05 17 Sonnstag" curated by BAKAWI...

About 310 km from Scarborough, Algonquin Provincial Park is located between Georgian Bay and the Ottawa River in Central Ontario, mostly within the Unorganized South Part of Nipissing District. Established in 1893, it is the oldest provincial park in Canada. The park is considered part of the "border" between Northern Ontario and Southern Ontario. The park is in an area of transition between coniferous forest and deciduous forest. This unique mixture of forest types, and the wide variety of environments in the park, allows the park to support an uncommon diversity of plant and animal species.

This was taken on an overcast day, at a spot where the flow of river became very slow.

Tags:   Algonquin Provincial Park Travel Toronto Canada Ontario Nature National Geographic closetonature Concordians Autumn leaves Autumn foliage autumn colours waterscape riverscape fall colours water reflection overcast oil painting filter in gallery


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