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Weekly photo challenge: infinite – Anethum Graveolens and the Swallowtail butterfly

Infinite, can be approached In many ways in life.

Infinite can be a “profound” feeling, un sentiment profond,.

Some very gifted photograph or painter will be able to disclose it through the perfect shot, or representation, that would show one soul’s reflection in it eye’s glow.

As for today, I decided to show the infinite dependence of the Swallowtail butterfly and the dill, Anethum graveolens L. (Apiaceae). And the beauty of its infinite seeds, that will allow an infinite possibility of new plants, and the infinite beauty of the colors of the butterfly larva.

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For more of this challenge :
Weekly Photo Challenge: Infinite | The Daily Post
http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/10/11/photo-challenge-infinite/

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About Hopeje

It's all about love, life, and the pursuit of happinessI m a French-American girl from Paris, France.Visiting the US, New york, Miami each year for a couple of weeks.Always liked the energy of these cities, of these two countries, each full of genuine way of life and freedom.Who would have though I would move to Luxembourg, and "find/lose/find" myself there. Met the love of my life, made 3 children and travelled...so much... Let' s not Forget our  dog! With us since  2013.So yes we moved, to NYC, and now Miami, and traveling is still our middle name.One of the things I like the most in life, is traveling, discovering life, architecture, customs, people, places, the poetry and energy of life.Places, peoples, atmosphere, dreams.Enjoy.... PS: the content of my blog, is shared with pleasure, but not free of rights.

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