I wasn't into butterflies but I used to spend a lot of time on Horn Pond
Mountain (aka Rag Rock to me) and a lot of time at Horn Pond in general.
I was just looking back at film scans from there from about 2003. I was
pretty bad back then.
On 6/29/2015 2:22 AM, Mike Gordon via olympus wrote:
Still struggling to dig out from being away for two weeks but managed to get a
couple hours to chase Hairstreaks with our NABA chapter. Thought perhaps, some
some may enjoy these.
We saw 5 species. My favorite is the Coral, but not sure I have a shot that is
adequate. Also have a shot of an Edwards on New Jersey Tea that might process
up OK, but haven't had time yet. The Acadians are an attractive grey.
Perhaps a tad too much flash in the last shot but the T32 on auto for macro and
variable backgrounds is tricky. The Acadians seem to be quieter than the
others but didn't get another good shot off after adjustment. There was a grad
student from Conn there with a special interest in Hairstreaks, so finding and
ID'ing them was easier. Some variants of the Edwards and Banded look almost
Still Chasin' em, Mike
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