Sharing my vision with the World

Dazzle me with Orange

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I hope you enjoy these pictures of this Monarch butterfly I was so fortunate to capture at Hollis Garden in Lakeland, FL.  Monarch butterflies are my favorite.  You can distinguish a monarch from a viceroy by the two black dots on the lower wing and the lighter underside.  I must admit it was definitely challenging and took quite a bit of time.  Thank you for viewing and stopping by.

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3 responses

  1. Yes I see what you mean! They love flowers!

    August 10, 2012 at 8:30 PM

  2. paperportraiture

    Ok second time this has happened – on my home page it says I have you followed, I come to your blog, and I’m not following – agh! And to think, you have a collection of butterfly pictures. Shouldn’t everybody follow this? lol really though. They’re so beautiful – I’m torn between spongebob’s reaction (duno if you’ve seen the Spongebob episode where a butterfly “wreaks havoc” haha on Bikini Bottom) and my memories of them as a child wen I use to grab them with my hands! Anyway, don’t know why the follow thing has been screwing around lately, thanks for your likes on my stuff and I like the pictures here =)

    September 7, 2012 at 6:55 AM

    • I know, this has been happening to me as well. No worries. I am happy you like the butterfly pictures that I have taken and shared. I resonate with butterflies and am attracted to them. They are so beautiful and carry so many lessons for all of us. 🙂 Thank you for taking the time to comment and stopping by!

      September 7, 2012 at 7:57 PM

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