A Million Tiny Wings – Fine Art HD Wallpaper

A few months back now, we had the opportunity to visit Gainesville, FL – specifically the Museum of Natural History and Paines Prairie.  We saw countless species of butterflies – to be honest, most of the species were dead specimens mounted to the wall – but there were also thousands of butterflies in their gardens.  As you can see from all these photos – they had quite the variety of winged insects out and about!

We then ventured to Paines Prairie and explored the area – spotting a swallow tailed kite and the bald eagle you see below.  Enjoy the photos!

TO DOWNLOAD PHOTOS: simply click on the photo you like from the gallery below.  On the bottom right, click permalink.  Right above the photo is a link to the full resolution image (1280×720 is usually what it says).  Simply right click that link and save it to your preferred folder.

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4 comments on “A Million Tiny Wings – Fine Art HD Wallpaper

  1. John says:

    Paines Prairie is a bit of an oddity, here is this vast open area among otherwise forested land. It was a lake in the 1800’s when it would flood enough. Great photos!

  2. I had no idea – thanks for the bit of history!

  3. putneyfarm says:

    These are beautiful- thanks!

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