1. Little (Gray?) Butterflies

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    from Michael Gronwold / Added

    This video is comprised of several clips recorded of butterflies that I encountered while performing my bi-weekly ButterflySCAN. This is a Citizen Science project of the Los Angeles County Natural History Museum. I haven't been able to identify these butterflies and that's why I'm posting this video. I hope that this video will provide information so that others who are more expert at identifying butterflies than I can identify them. This video shows a lot of small butterflies that appear to be either white or light-gray in color, as well as one or two Fiery Skippers (seen as little orange specks) and Cabbage White butterflies (seen as the largest of the white butterflies flying around here).

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    • The 5 Bs: Birds, Bees, Butterflies, Bats & Bugs

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      from Jill Frechie / Added

      "Wayne Art Center and Bird Town, Pennsylvania, the working partner of the Audubon Society, will be collaborating on an exhibition featuring works depicting birds, bats, bees, butterflies and other insects. The show will include two and three-dimensional works that will be showcased inside and outdoors at the Wayne Art Center from Sunday, March 29 through Saturday, May 2, 2015. The exhibition of paintings, drawings, prints, special media, as well as ceramics, sculpture, jewelry, fiber and glass will be on display in the Davenport Gallery. Outdoor sculpture will be installed in the gardens of the Wayne Art Center." (http://www.wayneart.org/exhibition/the-5-bs-birds-bees-butterflies-bats--bugs) (www.MainLineTV.org)

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      • Thank you great grandma!

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        from Brad Farwell / Added

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        They're sort of impossible to understand, but they like the butterflies!! (Or, as riley says, "Thank you for the stakes!" :)

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        • BON BON

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          from Kristen / Added

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          Kristen Hatgi Sink Jillian FitzMaurice Video installation and performace up at Boulder Museum Of Contemporary Art Video: In order of appearance Lucy Fodness Jillian FitzMaurice Marcy Pagal Bonnie Gregory Music Human Agency Bonnie Gregory Thank you BMOCA Thank You Mark Sink You can see more at www.kristenhatgi.com

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          • Phoenix Desert Botanical Gardens (Sony RX10)

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            from Dan Carter / Added

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            Sony DSC-RX10 XAVC 60p Benro A38TB Monopod Benro S2 Fluid Head Marumi Polarizer Compare Sony DSC-RX100M3: https://vimeo.com/98831901 Compare iPhone 6 Plus: https://vimeo.com/107471636

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            • Flutter

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              from Jeremy Mayall / Added

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              Flutter is a site-specific, multi-sensory, multi-media performance piece that premiered in the Otago Museum Tropical Rainforest on November 29th 2014. This piece is a musical reflection of my initial response to experiencing the Tropical Rainforest with my family early in 2014. Ongoing visits to the space continue to inspire me – this unexpected oasis in the middle of Dunedin populated by these magical floating creatures. Flutter marks my first adventure into multi-sensory performance as a composer. I have been regularly involved in the creation of multi-media works that develop the sight and sound of an experience – but the creation of this work that also engages feel, smell and taste has been an extremely rewarding one. Multi-sensory work. Sight: musicians, dancers, lights, video, hundreds of butterflies Sound: the music. (and a waterfall) Feel: walking around the very humid room. Smell: the smell of an enclosed rainforest. Taste: 3 custom-flavoured macarons from The Tart Tin to correspond with the three sections of the piece. (green: lime and lemongrass | red: strawberry and chilli | blue: blueberry and white chocolate) It was great to be able to work with a number of world-class performers and crew on the creation of this presentation, and it is an honour to have their talent, passion and energy committed to this performance, and helping me to pursue this crazy idea. http://jeremymayall.com http://jeremymayall.bandcamp.com PREMIERE PERFORMANCE CREDITS Composer/Director: Jeremy Mayall Lyrics: Shoshana Sachi Video: Dan Inglis Soprano: Julia Booth Flute: Feby Idrus Violin: Tessa Petersen Pedal Steel: John Egenes Bass: Rob Burns Electronics: Jeremy Mayall Baking: The Tart Tin Dancers: Katarina Schwarz and Nadine Kemp Lighting Design: Martyn Roberts Sound Design: Daniel Buchanan Additional Tech Crew: Luke Agnew and Zoe Armstrong-McCauley Otago Museum Support: Vicki Lenihan, Alishea Woodhead, Sam Botting, Craig Scott, Kate Barron. The Composer would like to thank: Otago Museum, University of Otago Music Department, University of Otago Theatre Department, University of Otago Arts Fellows, and of course, the marvellous performers and crew. Finally I would like to thank my lovely wife Courteney, and my son Wolfgang for their ongoing support, love, and understanding.

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              • Butterfly dance

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                from John DiDomenico / Added

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                Butterfly dance

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                • The Case for Conservation Making the Case part1

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                  from Madrigal Productions UK / Added

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                  Artist Jane E Hall is working to achieve a three dimensional collection representing every British butterfly, including some extinct species and rare migrants. The objective of this contemporary art work is to generate public awareness of their conservation needs and raise much needed funds to continue the vital work of Butterfly Conservation, The Royal Entomological Society and other allied charities. This presents with a unique and inspiring opportunity to raise awareness of the plight of our precious and diminishing populations of British butterflies; a ‘twenty first century British butterfly collection’, designed to capture and celebrate their beauty without sacrifice or harm.

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                  • Wedding Tenerife Chris & Donna

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                    from Florin Manailescu / Added

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                    Special sunny day in Tenerife Amarilla Country Club when Chris and Donna walked hand in hand towards a new life together. It was a pleasure and privilege to film their beautiful wedding as well as colorful butterflies filling the blue clear sky. It was an emotional day with tears of joy changing into smiles and laughter in a heart beat. The vows of the newlyweds were wonderful and you can hear it during the video combined with the special song they selected for the day. Enjoy!

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                    • JoanMarie's very own Happee Girl!!!!, Hearts, and Butterflies!

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                      from Joan Marie Art / Added

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                      http://www.joanmarieart.com Art for Licensing! Joan Marie, launches new designs featuring fine art images, including owls, wild cats, women, kittens, and unicorns, combined with vibrant abstract designs for an explosion of PURE JOY and INSPIRATION! Shown here is her bubbly "HAPPEE GIRL" , and Hearts and Butterflies!

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