Monday, February 11, 2013

Macro Monday and Monday Mellow Yellows February 11, 2013

I could hardly believe my eyes - a butterfly in February!

Sulphur Butterfly on Pansies - February 7, 2013

Happy Monday!

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20 comments:

  1. I have never seen a yellow butterfly like this! So beautiful in contrast with the flower! Lovely photo!

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  2. So that's a sulphur butterfly! I appreciate the learning. What lovely colors!

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  3. when there are flowers blooming, a butterfly would come for a visit.:p
    i haven't seen this kind of butterfly before, it's pretty.

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  4. It is amazing, a little warm sun and out come the insects you imagine are hibernating safely somewhere. yesterday I saw a humming bird hawk moth feeding on the masses of rosemary flowers! Christina

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  5. Such a beautiful little one! Glad you captured it to show us..

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  6. I love it, but this weather is crazy!

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  7. Beautiful - I almost missed the butterfly looking at the pretty flowers!

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  8. Lovely photography of nature's treasures for MMY ~

    Carol of: (A Creative Harbor) on blogger

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  9. The pansies provide such a bright spot of color. And the butterfly posed so nicely for you! I don't notice sulphur butterflies around here until the fall. Have a great week!

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  10. We are having crazy weather as well --- Mother's Nature's hot flashes are a confusion for the trees, flowers and insects! Nice capture!!

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  11. Wow, that is amazing. And a very pretty butterfly at that.

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  12. Lovely butterfly - now that is a real sign that the weather is improving and the growing season is getting into gear. Roll on summer!

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  13. Lovely photos, I guess if there's food around for the insects, and warm enough, then they'll come out. I saw a bumblebee here in London in my garden in January! Needless to say all the insects have gone back to hibernation the last 4 weeks while we are in the grip of an arctic cold period. No sign of the nice spring weather we had in early January.

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  14. A February butterfly--that blew me away!

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  15. So big ah wait this is a macro shot. :D The flowers are so beautiful too.

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