Remember, she said this when she was melting. (Orange Julia)
She was too selfish,
to care about anything beyond herself (Orange Julia, Blue Morpho, Cydno Longwing)
and so she melted. (Side-Striped Hairstreak)
Poor wicked witch.
She could never find joy in a butterfly. (Monarch, Longwing)
Joy finds those, (Postman)
who care about nature, (Gulf Fritillary)
and all her creatures. (Cattleheart)
May our beautiful butterfly world bring joy to you~ (Starry Night Cracker)
279 thoughts on ““What a World, What a World,” cried the Wicked Witch~”
GORGEOUS! I’ve never seen a Starry Night Cracker – wonderful captures, Cindy, esp. the clusters of Longwings on the matching Pentas. What an awesome sanctuary that must have been.
They are amazing creatures aren’t they. I struggled over the identification of a couple of them. Did I get them all right? This year they had so many more species, but limited identification information which was frustrating.
I’m not an expert on butterflies, so you could have told me anything and I’d believe you – lol! These butterfly sanctuaries are pretty amazing places and many are breeding for reintroduction to the wild where numbers have been decimated. Good work!
Yes, and they are breeding super endangered species. I was really impressed by the new and rare varieties this year. I just wish I didn’t have to find out on my own what they all were. One I am iffy on. I could only find 3 photos in all the internet on it and only one that attempted identification. I would love to know for certain what it is.
The colours are so intense Cindy. They are lovely.
It is quite a spectacle to see them all together!
the gulf butterfly 3rd from the bottom, beautiful, love the colours
Yes, he was a new species to me! Beautiful~
Cindy, these are unbelievable, incredible, beautiful!!!
You perfectly describe our natural world. Thank you Belinda~
I love butterflies, but have seen so few in years, unless I see them as posted here on wordpress. What a precious gift you have given me this day. Huge hugs!
Yes, at The Holler we have a butterfly paradise garden to attract them and we get some, but not nearly enough. Monarchs are rare here now and that is so pathetic. They used to be everywhere. If I brought you a butterfly joy Belinda, than I did good today. <3 <3
Beautiful…that blue one is to die for….
Yes, the blue morpho is just an incredible and very large beauty~
It’s so nice to enjoy your photos up close and at a distance from the butterfly jungle, Cindy….flying flowers they are, indeed
They flutterby spreading fairy dust~
I always admire your photos, but these are even more exceptional! 🙂
Ahhh, I am honored~
Omgoddess..🙀😸😍these beautiful, outrageously colorful, lil bits of living, flying confetti just brightened up my corner of the universe!!! Thanks for this post Cindy..aren’t they simply “loverly???!!”
I love this, “flying confetti!” What a perfect descriptor. They do challenge us to come up with adjectives appropriate to their wonder. So pleased you love them too~
I do love them-each and every one..I like “flying confetti too!!”The Monarchs have flying around been out here lately and they’ve very welcome visitors indeed
Yes it is a thrill to see the monarchs especially knowing the populations are under such stress!
Wonderful pictures!! They are so lively and very colorful..
Thank you! I love seeing their polka-dot eyeballs~
Beautiful creatures. What did they have to go through to get to look like that? To whom it may concern, including myself, ugly people, there is hope for you yet.
Thank you for your work/fun.
Yes, we all might come back again as beautiful butterflies! 😉 🙂
Oh what lovely pictures.
Yay! Thank you very much~
I second Tasty Eats’ comment! I rarely get to see butterflies up-close and personal so these photos are such a treat! You could sell these as cards if you wanted to, they are so wonderful, Cindy! <3
Ahhhh, you are a thoughtful friend Teresa!
stunning shots Cindy, the details are gorgeous
The closer you look, the more amazing they are!
The eyes and proboscis are amazing
Aren’t they simpy amazing! They are amazing creatures~
Amazing! Just absolutely amazing.
Awwww, so kind and so appreciated! <3
Lovely photos, lovely words.
Hope they cheered your evening Robert~
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As they look at us, what are they thinking? Larva, crawl back into your egg, there is no hope for you!
Oh what a fascinating question. One careless touch from a human will kill them.
What a beautiful series of photographs.
Honored, thank you~
Beautiful insects and fragile
Yes, like flying powder!
They are eye candy and wonderful pollinators too!
Wow, just wow. The black butterflies around the red plant, that’s my favorite shot. The red on their wings camouflages against the plant. Great pictures Cindy
I was fascinated by the visuals of these butterflies swarming en-masse on these flowers. They ignored the other flowers and the grouping and colors as you mention created quite a spectacle!
Wonderful variety of butterflies. I’ve only seen a couple out here so far.
Yes, we have gotten the tiger swallowtails, some monarchs so far.
Beautiful flying flowers, Cindy. The ones with black and red wings are so haunting. Thank you. ^-^
Aren’t they strikingly gorgeus. What incredible design!
Absolutely… they inspire me as a designer indeed.
Mother Nature is the world’s best designer and I can see why she inspires you!
Gorgeous. What God created for our eyes to behold. 🙂
Yes indeed, “All creatures great and small!”
So beautiful, so absolutely beautiful.
You care about nature, hence you feel joy. Lucky you!
Yes I love nature and am blessed bY Mama Earth on a daily basis.
Me too, she is the best mother on the planet! We need to listen to her.
I love how you managed to get so up close with your camera Cindy! Love being able to see their faces – particularly of the Orange Julia (top photo). Amazing how many different colors and patterns butterflies come in. The last, Starry Night Cracker, is one I never knew existed! So thank you for surprising me.
Have you visited the Goleta Monarch Grove near Santa Barbara (here: http://www.goletabutterflygrove.com/monarch-gallery/ )? It’s an amazing sight to see so many monarch butterflies clumped together in the Eucalyptus grove. At first they might look like a shadowy clump of leaves above you, but then you look again and there they are! 😀
The Goleta photos are so incredibly cool they gave me goosebumps! I am so happy to see them clustering. I have seen many times swarms of thousands of monarchs, between The Holler and Anza Borrego State Park on their annual migration, but I haven’t seen this at all in the past seven years which makes me very sad. As the butterflies go, so do we. So glad to see they are clustering in Goleta.
There is that Mexican man who is one of the worlds richest persons , who bought their breeding space in Latin America because his son brought him there and he was overwhelmed by the sound of millions of monarchs wings and he wanted to save them.
There is good in the world, just not enough of it.
Thank you for that inspiring story of the Mexican Man! I’d sure like to accomplish something similar in the future. I’d been giving a lot of thought to buying land and a future home and would want to preserve the natural beauty of a place – as a sanctuary to all the critters who already inhabit it. 🙂
Lovely butterflies, lovely photos. Where’d you find ’em?
Great photos of fairy friends and very nice of you (I think) to call me a “Starry Night Cracker”. There are times when the description feels spot on. 😀 Have a nice day. 😀
God Graham, you completely crack me up. Thank you so much for doing this on a regular basis! Be well my dear friend~
Kind of you to think so. Although I think God Graham is probably spoiling me a bit. Do you think it might be a Freudian thing and can I have some cake. 😀 😀 😀
I love butterflies. And I miss them, too. We only have two kinds in Hawaii, and though they are beautiful, I do enjoy the other vibrant colored ones when I visit the mainland 😉
Plus, if you head down into Mexico, Central America, South America, the beauty and variety is simply overwhelming. In Iguazu, tropical butterflies I still cannot identify, hitched rides on me for hours. It was something one could never forget.
Yes, I’ve been. Never to Iguazo though. Lovely image you’ve drawn in my head, though! <3
Glorious photographs Cindy.Such beautiful markings. I adore the Orange Julia for obvious reasons.
xxx Massive Hugs xxx
Hugs back to you dear David~ <3
Such Beautiful captures!!
So many butterflies. So much beauty and delicacy.
They are delightful creatures and I wish we were taking better care of the wild ones!
You’re right, Cindy 🙂
Love the narrative – and beautiful photos as ever 😀
I am very pleased you do Polly & cheers to you~
Merci beaucoup mon ami~
Seeing these, first thing in the morning, was an absolute joy. Thank you.
Ahhhh, so glad!
I dunno – your pictures are always stunning – like you can’t help it!
Laughing, lovely comment, thank you!
Simply magnificent photographs. Isn’t Mother Nature beautiful?
Mother Nature rocks! <3
Einfach nur -Schön –
Vielen dank mein lieber Freund Wolfgang!
These are reall purty, ma’am
Aw shucks, thank ya’ kindly! 😉
I think beauties follow you! 🙂
I wish, like Snow White in the forest! 😉
Schön Cindy… Sind die Fotos aus einem Papillonrama?
Ja, die Fotos von der San Diego Zoo Schmetterling Dschungel.
Beautiful Butterflies, love them.
So happy you do and thank you!
Amazing variety, Cindy! Exquisite creatures and photography. 🙂 Ding! Dong! The witch is dead 🙂
Poor witch, but she did have it coming!
Exquisite photography, Cindy!
You are very kind!
You have an amazing camera, the shots of the butterflies are awesome, Cindy. 🙂
I am in love with my trusty camera, not fancy or expensive, but it does the job!
A delight to the eyes and the soul…too many wicked witches in this world I’m sorry to say.
Mirror, Mirror on the wall – I Can’t decide who is the prettiest of them all – the butterflies or the blooms 😀
It was super hard for me not to include more photos of the flowers. The botanist at the park is a genius~
Cindy, what a joyful variety of our most special of nature’s creatures. And the monarch…fabulous. I hope that the prediction from the nesting in Mexico becomes a reality. There seems to be hope for a better 2016 for them. I will be increasing the milkweed wherever I can find spaces in my gardens.
I haven’t seen the monarchs yet. Basically everything in our garden is a butterfly attractant. I used to see them in vast swarms but haven’t seen that in years which is terribly sad. Hope it is better this year too!
Amazing shots of amazing butterflies. Many of them I haven’t even seen before. 🙂 Thanks for sharing!
I struggled to identify a few of them. One was very difficult to identify. I found only 3 photos of it with intensive searching, and only one that provided identification which may or may not be correct. So, yes there were some rare butterflies!
As ever Cindy your photos are great, however as ever they bring colour and freshness into my tired eyes. The postman pic is my fave. Cheers Cindy 🙂
If they cheered your tired eyes Andy, then it was a very good thing that I posted them~
Isn’t it all about us? (ME!) Who else but humans find sensory pleasure in gazing upon these multi-faceted, colorful creatures? 🙂
It does seem that much of our world values selfishness doesn’t it. Facebook being one example. I can’t believe how many people post photo after photo of themselves. They never tire of their own image. I also notice that animals people watch, birds people watch, and animals watch other animals. At breakfast this morning, my husband was talking about a bird and a lizard that eyed each other for the longest time. He found it amazing~
Beautiful photos. Always a joy to open up the link to your blog Cindy. I hope that coffee table books make a comeback and yours tops the charts. Or possibly a WordPress slide show where your readers could sip coffee and watch “The Holler” drift by or do “Armchair Travels” for hours on end?
I got butterflies reading today’s post. Thanks for sharing.
You are a dear friend Wally. Thank you so much for your kindness and be well~ <3
“Joy finds those who care about nature.” Completely agree, Cindy. Thanks to your lovely butterflies for carrying the message. –Curt
They make the best messengers don’t they! People pay attention to a butterfly with a message. I certainly do!
I sooo love the last one, Cindy!! I’ve seen Blue Morpho once in a while but never knew its name. We see Monarchs too. Some of those others just don’t get over this way, sad to say. What a lovely post this is — so Spring-like!
It is definitely spring at The Holler. I am waiting for the orioles, which for me marks the official beginning of spring! I saw the blue morpho once while traveling, such an incredibly beautiful creature. You are so lucky to have them around you!
What beauties, especially that last one. I’ve never seen a butterfly in that shade of blue.
Isn’t he gorgeous! There were other varieties that I have never seen before either. They had an extensive variety which was fascinating!
hi cindy you take beautiful wild life pictures
was wondering what kind of camera you use
thanking you matt
Can’t thank you enough Cindy for bringing so much joy, colors, beauty of nature to us! Unbelievably beautiful…! 🙂
Awwww, thank you dear Amy & cheers to you my friend~ <3
Thanks for that treat, Cindy. Adore butterflies!
Because you care about our beautiful world, so glad you do!
Cindy these images are spectacular! I can not believe the details you capture. Are you using a tripod?
Awww, thank you Sue, no tripod, butterflies are way too flighty! 😉
Such stunning photos and fun words!
Happy you think so & cheers to you my friend~
Cindy, your photography is unsurpassed! A beautiful sight to behold.
What a lovely comment! I am touched. Thank you~
well deserved praise!
What a beautiful array of butterfly pictures, whatever their nature, I cannot take my eyes of their wings 🙂
And their eyes close up fascinate me. I wonder what they see? Maybe we look like butterflies to them! 😉
WOW is the word, Cindy! The pictures made me feel happy…such beauties of Mother Nature. Thanks a lot for sharing… 🙂
Happy is what I aim for and makes me happy too! <3
Just gorgeous. I love butterflies, but sadly enough they are more and more disappearing from our country. Farmers cut more of their fields and poison more of their crops – and the butterflies. A true joy to see that many you have captured!
Yes, it is a tragedy how we treat the natural world, somehow mistakenly assuming we are not a part of it, and will not succomb to the pesticides and pollution, just as the butterflies do. So sad & so ignorant~
Ignorant – yes. Impossible really…but, yes.
This post is like a jewelry box with a Ballerina twirling to music, and all to present the beautiful butterfly gems within…. the Holler!
ooooooh, I am picturing jewelry boxes with twirling butterflies! How lovely. I bet you could design some incredible ones!
S o beautiful
They seem sent to earth to make us happy. I love it when they hitch rides on me. They did this for long periods in Iguazu, little jeweled hitchikers! Lovely~
I love that image of you covered in butterflies. I have caterpillars ravishing my Pentas flowers but I don’t mind as they will regrow. A friend said ” why don’t you spray?” No way as I want the resulting butterflies
Thank you, IS BEAUTIFUL..
Awwww, so pleased & thank you!
I think, now that I’ve seen these pictures, that fairies are real!
I think you are right and I have even seen them leave fairy dust! <3
Of course you have!
Hi Cindy, Theyre all beautiful, but my favorite was the last one, the Starry Night Cracker. I’ve loved butterflies since I was a boy. Couldn’t bring myself to collect them because I’d have to kill them and I just couldn’t do it. I would only catch them long enough to look at them and let them go. Still feel that way about them. 🙂 Hugs, Cuz.
Yes, those kids who catch live butterflies and pin them to a board alive probably grow up to work in creepy professions. Killing a butterfly is cold! Happy St. Paddy’s Day cuz~
Cindy, these pictures must have taken you quite a while to take, unless there are many butterflies at the holler. I just love them. Thank you for these awesome pictures. Brought me a lot of joy. Thank you for sharing! Sending you hugs! Veraiconica
So pleased you find joy in the butterflies Veraiconica and hugs back to you~ <3
Awesome Cindy, all the love and joy to you 🙂
And to you always. I have told you before how much I admire and support what you do! <3
Thank you so very much Cindy, that really means a lot to me but not only I, you, yourself have an abundance of talent, I always look forward to your next post because not only are your pictures stunning rather the locations, and my favourite is your images of the Birds, I had no idea there so many, amazing photograph’s Merci Madame for sharing 🙂
Butterflies are the perfect example of metamorphosis… I guess we all change as well. Life itself is a succession of changes. Excellent photographs, dear Cindy… 🙂
All the best to you!, Aquileana 😀
Yes, butterflies do transform, but remain in delicate and dependent concert with the natural world. My hope would be that humans might learn from the butterflies, and change their behavior towards all the living creatures on this planet before it is too late. <3
Beautiful beautiful butterflies.
I get excited when I get one beautiful butterfly in a shot — three different species is beyond amazing. Thanks for sharing.
I know, they create a magical blissed out feeling in me when I am around them. I think it’s the fairy dust they trail around!
In this loud — everyone competing to be heard world — I love to be blissed out as you put it by the butterflies’ silence and profound beauty. Keep sharing please. <3
I love your butterfly tail! ✶*¨`*.¸¸.✫*¨*.¸¸.✫*¨*.ஜ :star:
Beautiful photos,love them all,wonderful work
Congratulations Cindy !
If you love them, then I am happy I posted!
Absolutely beautiful! My 9-year-old daughter is terrified of flying insects, including butterflies, but maybe she’ll change her mind if I show her these gorgeous specimens! 🙂
Ask her if she wants to see one. Let her call the shots. Pick the one photo that seems the least clinical and detailed to you, the prettiest one, and show her only one and tell her if she doesn’t like it, it is perfectly okay, and see what happens. If her response is neutral, tell her you won’t show her anymore unless she wants to see them. If she is afraid, let it be.
I used to treat phobias with sytematic desensitization. She is young and phobias in children usually pass on their own.
Good luck! <3
That’s wonderful advice! She loved the pics and wanted to see all of them! (My 6 year old loved them, too, but she’s wild about bugs.)
Butterflies are flying flowers. Mother Nature outdid herself. Beautiful photos. 🙂
They are flying flowers and Mother Nature did out do herself, wonderful mother that she is! <3
Such beauty. Sigh. Thank you.
Hope you are well my friend!
Butterflies butterflies I love them.
Thank you! I kinda figured you might~
what a beautiful pictures Cindy
Thanks so much!
I took so many sharp intakes of breath at your beautiful photos (one right after the other) that I finally had to exhale! A couple of those butterflies I had never laid eyes on. “Wherever you turn your eyes, the world can surprise you like transfiguration. All you have to bring to it is a little willingness to see.”–from Gilead, by Marilynne Robinson…
That quote is so very true! Thank you for sharing it, and very pleased you enjoyed the butterflies. They lighten our lives! <3
Wow! Cindy. Those butterfly photos are as stunning as the butterflies themselves. I found a beautiful butterfly skirt today in the opportunity shop…too big but I love butterflies so much, I’ll make it fit.
Hope you’re having a great weekend. As I think you’re aware, the camera and I have been out chasing clouds lately. Incredible!
By the way, the message your butterflies is sending me..”Sorry, Ro. Face it. When it’s Spring here, it’s Autumn there.” Yes, cool nights and complaints after hanging out for this cool change. Still have sunny days and 30 degrees. Life is good. xx Rowena
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Welcome to the wonderful world of Butterflies in a Northern Spring. Beautiful!
You are wonderful friend. Thank you so much, and of course you love the butterflies! We see eye to eye when it comes to beauty of our natural world. Be well & cheers to you! <3 <3
How beautiful. Thanks for sharing these, Cindy. 🙂 — Suzanne
Thank you more for appreciating them!
So many beautiful butterflies. I never get tired of seeing them, especially with marvelous photos like yours.
Ahhhh, I am honored. Thank you!
So much beauty on these colorful little wings!
Little jeweled fairies to cheers us up! <3
Stunningly beautiful, and Ah Natural.
Amazing aren’t they!
Pollinators that brighten our world! <3
It’s early morning, and I thank you…my day started with images of beautiful butterflies. What a good start to the day. Lovely!
Butterflies must release human endorphins. They always put a smile on my face and I am very glad you enjoyed them too!
Wow! Those are spectacular pictures!
I am very happy you think so & thank you!
Hi Cindy. Gorgeous shots! I know how much patience it takes to get one good shot of a butterfly, so I can only imagine how long this took you. Where do you find so many beauties?
I had an advantage in having them all in one place at the San Diego Zoo & Safari Park’s Butterfly Jungle. The variety this year was astounding!
What lens did you use? Your close ups are beautiful. I wish I had my new telephoto lens with me when I went to our local tropical “jungle” last year.
I use my Sony HX400 for everything. It has an adjustable zoom up to 1200mm equivalent.
Gorgeous Cyndy! Wow these are amazing!
Aren’t they incredible. I only see this many varieties when I head to Central or South America.
A beautiful set of photos, Cindy! These would brighten any cloudy day!
I think butterflies send the cloudy days away! 😉
Where oh where did you take those photographs Cindy?? A butterfly zoo?? They are so vivid, so bright, so luminous! — as beautiful as all your posts!
Ahhhh, you are a kind person, thank you! These were taken at Butterfly Jungle at the San Diego Safari Park.
They are stunning Cindy– you must be patient to get so many of them posing for you!!
They are all so beautiful!
The Orange Julia in the first photo looks like a Chinese Empress in her golden yellow royal robe. It may look “simpler” without much patterns, but I personally think that it is very elegant and exceptionally beautiful. 😀
I also really like the Starry Night Cracker. It reminds me of Diana Damrau as The Queen of the Night, singing the Second Aria of Mozart’s Magic Flute. XD
So you love opera too. Is there no end to your talents Hari? You went with the less obvious too, not Madame Butterfly! Be well my friend~
Such beauty. You’ve managed to capture so many different and beautiful butterflies. I don’t have much use or trust for those who don’t care for nature and animals. Your pictures have started my morning on such an uplifting note. Have a wonderful week, my friend! 🌻😻
I know how much you love all creatures Linda. If there was such a thing as reincarnation, I would like to come back as one of your cats. Your catio is da bomb! 😉 😉
Die sind einfach wunderschön Wünsche dir eine schöne Osterwoche liebe Grüße und Umarmung Gislinde
Vielen dank mein lieber Freund Gislinde und Glucklicher Montag!
I love your trip through Oz, and I’m going to reblog in honor of World Poetry Day. (Were you visiting a butterfly garden or do you get all of those in the Holler?) My favorite butterfly is Starry Night Cracker.
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Visit Oz on the wings of a Starry Night Cracker. Cindy Knoke just gets more magical with every post. Have a wonderful World Poetry Day.
These were taken at The Butterfly Jungle at the San Diego Zoo’s Safari Park. Happy Poetry Day Brenda and thank you so much my friend for your kind thougthfulness! <3 <3
Fantastic! I love the photos. They lifted my spirits. Here the only thing flying is snowflakes. 😉
Such colourful beauties.
Aren’t they beautiful little flying fairies~
That’s a lovely way to think of them, Cindy!
TRULY BEAUTIFUL, THANKS CINDY
You are most welcome and Happy Monday!
Happy Easter(Spring)to you and yours
Happiest Easter to you my friend! <3
Such joyful images of our fluttering friends. Enjoyed how your words tell a story leading to the ultimate truth that love of nature will manifest joy in our lives. 🙂
You described it so beautifully! Thank you~ <3
Breath taking photo
Missing all these
Where the colors
Make quite a pitch 🙂
Yes, poor witch misses so much beauty~
I was thinking about butterflies today…you read my mind! I will re-post this soon, since it’s too beautiful to not share!
Awww, what a joy you are! Thank you and cheers too~ <3
I feel like I stumbled onto a private party with these beautiful creatures. Your images are so amazingly crisp and close – details I’ve never seen before.
That is such a good descriptor of what it felt like! The exhibit had only just opened and it was uncrowded and did indeed feel like a butterly party. Best party ever!
Spectacular and thoroughly enchanting Thank you.
Awww, my pleasure and thank you!
Great butterfly photos. There is a butterfly sanctuary not too far from me but it’s still on my todo list!
I can just imagine all the gorgeous butterflies this will inspire in your designs. Looking forward to seeing the results so I hope you go soon!
Qué bonita colección de mariposas!!! Están anunciando a gritos la primavera con sus vistosos colores. Preciosas fotos Cindy. <3
Siempre tengo ganas de tener noticias de tu mi querida amiga! Pascua feliz a tu y estar bien mi amiga. Brazos y besos~ <3 <3
Cindy, what beautiful butterflies! Our botanical conservatory has a butterfly display in April of each year, featuring butterflies of other countries. Entry is through a series of doors and screens to prevent the butterflies from escaping, and they provide nectar so you can attract butterflies. They will land right on your had to get the nectar.
I love love the nectar idea! What fun that would be. In Iguazu butterflies these amazingly colored tropical butterflies would land on you and hitch a ride through the jungle for long periods. Smart little flying flowers were saving energy and being friendly! <3
Absolutely fantastic Cindy!
Awwww, you are a good friend~ <3
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Quite stunning Cindy, I especially like the blue one with the dots – almost fashion concious!! 😉
I know and the species color co-ordinate! 😉 😉
Merci beaucoup mon ami~
Stunning colourful butterflies 🙂 Just what we need now spring is on the way back and these delicate creatures highlight that pleasing point!
They certainly symbolize the beautiful fragility of Mother Nature’s creations!
Absolutely beautiful. Thank you for posting this.
I am just so pleased you enjoyed it and cheers to you!
Mille grazie Maragret~
Awesome pictures Cindy…:-)
I am honored, thank you~
Side-Striped Hairstreak!!! wow!!! ….reminded me of striatedlollypop candies
Flying candy! Love that!
Merci beaucoup mon ami Bette~
I love YOUR butterflies! Thank you for looking at Trista’s butterfly today!! Hugs, Robin
It was so lovely! Happy Saturday Robin~
Your pictures are so realistic that when the page come up, I thought the butterfly was moving and I swatted at it. I’ve been on the computer way too much today.
Cracking up………Yes, it may be time for a wee breaky! 😉 😉