Wednesday, June 29, 2011

June 29/ Nature Notes

Seen at the edges of the forest this week

The largest square: white admiral butterfly. Moving clockwise: devil's paintbrush,  Canada anemone, dame's rocket. white admiral (again but this time with wings spread out) and milkweed



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20 comments:

texwisgirl said...

very pretty!

Kathy said...

Is dame's rocket perhaps related to the violet? I'm always amazed at your talent for knowing the names of all these specimens.

Cezar and Léia said...

I love that butterfly!And your collage is perfect!
Léia

Farmchick said...

A great collage and that butterfly is just perfect.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Once again you have put together a beautiful collection of images.

Judy said...

Love the butterfly...I need to go and walk the woods.

Kate said...

I am impressed with the way you captured the butterfly!

stardust said...

Your collage is always beautiful and the butterfly with its shadow on a leaf is perfectly lovely. I'd like to capture a butterfly that way.

Halcyon said...

Such lovely flowers. I just planted a bunch in my yard yesterday. The Superstore had such a good sale, I mightgo back and get some more. :)

Leif Hagen said...

Another wonderful collage - lovely!

Cildemer said...

Magnificient collage! Love the butterfly pic!
Thanks for sharing;o)

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RedPat said...

Great collection - love the butterfly!

Janie said...

Pretty colorful pics of the flowers, and I just love the butterfly.

Carver said...

I always lover your nature collages and this is no exception. Delightful.

Rose said...

I don't think I have ever seen a white admiral...it is beautiful.

NatureFootstep said...

a beautiful seletion indeed. :)

Arija said...

Lovely shots of your summer with beautiful flora and butterflies.

Rambling Woods said...

Beautiful...I had a large black butterfly land on my shoulder, but I didn't get to ID it...I like how well you document your area...Michelle

MyMaracas said...

Really beautiful photos, especially the butterfly. I don't think I've ever seen one of those. Nice!

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