My Odyssey with Daisy 2016 travel blog

Today our program was an interesting slide presentation about butterflies. Valerie G. Bugh, who is retired from teaching at the University of Texas in Austin, is very knowledgeable and entertaining. She spends several mornings a week out in the field taking pictures with her little Pentax point-and-shoot camera. She says, “I find that I have the best luck with bones, fossils, plants, fungi, invertebrates and herps (I believe lack of mobility is key here), so these are my primary subjects.”

Moths (of which butterflies are a sub-species) are her major component because of the interest and encouragement of a number of people, including members of the Austin Butterfly Forum. Some of her photos can be seen on the Moth Photographers Group site:

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