Til the last frame of my life… June 16, 2014July 14, 2014 / Sherry Galey The butterfly is a flying flower, The flower a tethered butterfly. Ponce Denis Ecouchard Le Brun Julia butterfly Monarch butterfly Rice paper butterfly I want to fly like a Butterfly around this beautiful world, till the last frame of my life and the last click of my heart. Biju Karakkonam, Nature and Wildlife Photographer Share this:EmailTweetLike this:Like Loading...
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I’ve never seen the rice paper butterfly but oh my! how beautiful in its black and white crispness!
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I love Julias. We don’t have them here, the only place I’ve seen them is in a butterfly exhibit and our Desert Botanical Garden.
These are amazing, Sherry! Love the Julia butterfly, such a pretty name for a very colorful butterfly. The details on these images are incredible!
The Julia butterfly with its colors matching the flower exactly is just amazing girl.
Thanks Barbara. I’m crazy for orange so when I saw the orange butterfly on the orange flower I had to try to capture it.
Oh that first one is something else, so gorgeous on the orange lantana..
These were at a conservatory, Laurie. I didn’t get a chance to find out what the blue stuff was.
That must have been so incredible Sheryl-Elaine, for you and the kids!
Many thanks, Beverly. It sure was fun to try to capture them without capturing them…
I hope you do too. I’d love to see your images, Dotti.
Thanks Lisa and to you too my friend!
Thanks so much, Susan!
I haven’t forgotten Susan. I have been away and not near any avocados lately. LOL
oh…and I’m still awaiting another avocado recipe! 🙂
Phenomenal, Sherry, as always!
Simply beautiful butterflies! We haven’t really seen any yet. I can’t wait!
These are absolutely gorgeous, Sherry.
Happy day to you!
Beautiful butterflies 🙂
Sherry – amazing pictures – I watched Painted Ladies being released by a group of kindergarten children – who had raised them from caterpillars – truly amazing.
Gorgeous! I clicked to enlarge and see the detail in the images – they are types of butterflies I don’t see in our region, so doubly interesting. What’s the blue stuff in the bowl in the second image?
butterfly looks so elegant