Sherry,I have seen a few anglewings but none have allowed close inspection yet! We did see a Spring Azure on Sunday! Enjoyed the photos!
Sherry, I love the shadow under the butterfly in that first photo!
excellent photos but please keep any snow you get ;-)
Dearest Sherry,I love this post. It is a new season in my life, living in a new city and starting from scratch. I feel a bit like a butterfly out of place surrounded by all those bees.Thank you for always being a source of inspiration.Besos,Mel (in Cusco!!)
Beautiful photos! The Cabbage Whites are out here, and I even saw a couple of Variegated Fritillaries last week. What a brilliant color they were!
A butterfly already! I didn't see many last year, I hope there will be more in 2010.I'm so glad they changed our forecast! We were expecting snow on Sunday, now they are say 50° and rain. Much better!
Thank goodness you got these photos before the snow arrives. I like the way the sun was shining through the butterfly's wings. It snowed a foot here in Denver today!
What beautiful photos Sherry. I haven't seen a bee or a butterfly in my garden yet. We were sitting on the patio the other day and my DB saw a butterfly pass by the apple tree but I couldn't find it. Happy Spring.
Dear Sherry....Oh my, sweet butterfly....her wings are a trifle worn, but her beauty shines through.I read in the paper today that our butterflies would have suffered in the harsh winter. Many would have fallen to the low temperatures. I am hoping my gardens provided shelter and sanctuary for them. Time will tell.I had tears in my eyes when I saw your photograph....spring is here, and my heart beats a little faster.......I hope to do safari tomorrow. It is my sons birthday and we are all going out for a family lunch.....I have a feeling it will be a long lunch......
Ahh ..beautiful post Sherry!
Your butterfly warmed my heart, thank you!So so sweet.
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