Vote for the Photo-Observation of the Month: July 2013

With 2,689 observations submitted to the Vermont Atlas of Life in July, it certainly wasn't easy for last months winner Laura Gaudette to select a few for us. I think you'll agree though that she has found some real gems!. As always, if you are reading this and are a registered iNaturalist observer, you can vote (once) by replying to this post with the number of the photo-observation you like best. We usually ask the winner to make the next month selections.

  1. http://www.inaturalist.org/observations/318655
  2. http://www.inaturalist.org/observations/335057
  3. http://www.inaturalist.org/observations/323719
  4. http://www.inaturalist.org/observations/345752
  5. http://www.inaturalist.org/observations/349889
  6. http://www.inaturalist.org/observations/335425
Posted by kpmcfarland kpmcfarland, 01 August, 2013 17:13

Comments

5 Lots of good pics, but I can't pass up a good predation event. And since I have a hard time with fritillary ID, that's one less I need to worry about. Nice shot!

Posted by kylejones over 9 years ago (Flag)

6 - love it is! and they formed a heart...........

Posted by joannerusso over 9 years ago (Flag)

3 for quaint artistic style.

Posted by kpmcfarland over 9 years ago (Flag)

2: I still love it after seeing it days ago.

Posted by andreerenosanborn over 9 years ago (Flag)

1 - great color, great detail and clarity, and so many eyes smiling at me.

Posted by bheitzman over 9 years ago (Flag)

wish I could vote more than once. That is a good spider shot Bob.

Posted by kpmcfarland over 9 years ago (Flag)

6 Mating damselflies always make unique and interesting photos!

Posted by juliefiliberti over 9 years ago (Flag)

1 I like the direct look and photo clarity

Posted by lg_price over 9 years ago (Flag)

1 A great portrait with stunning clarity.

Posted by lauried49 over 9 years ago (Flag)

5

Posted by rpayne over 9 years ago (Flag)

I may be a bit biased, but I was there for #5 and is was very cool (although not for the butterfly).

Posted by susanelliott over 9 years ago (Flag)

1, love the eyes!

Posted by sallen over 9 years ago (Flag)

1, seems to be posing for the picture

Posted by zaccota over 9 years ago (Flag)

Again, all great pics, but #5 takes the cake. Both the predator and the prey are sharp and in focus, and what an amazing and unique event to capture in such high quality! Great find!

Posted by larry522 over 9 years ago (Flag)

1 That is a clear shot and I too like the head on shots, even for birds.

Posted by marvelliott over 9 years ago (Flag)

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