Pretty! The last one is so unusual, like them all.Leedra’s Photos For Fun
Enjoyed the Painted Lady photos. We get them here in the Southeastern US too, but in small numbers.
Frank, these are gorgeous! I especially like the last shot, looking under the butterfly. The thistle is so pretty...
The Painted Ladies are a beauty!Nice shots.
We're so lucky to have been invaded by these very pretty flutters. Well caught on "film" Frank and look forward to the "to be continued"....
Lovely butterflies! I see they enjoy thistle there as well as they do here.I enjoyed the post on the Jersey towers and your explanation as to why they were designed as they are.
Very nice! I like them all, but esp. the first one.
Lovely photos Frank and also of the butterflies on the previous post, I can't remember ever seeing a White Admiral.
Great macro shots.
Wonderful shootin', Frank! We'll sit tight for the other to come.
Youve got some great butterfly pics there, so much more imaginative than mine!
All excellent shots Frank; but that first is a stunner.
I hope you don't mind my saying that these are FAB! Just beautiful.
Hi "Early Birders".Thank you for your appreciation of the Painted Lady, one of the many, many thousands that have invaded our shores from North Africa this year.
The closed wing image is the best I have seen Frank.
I hope you enjoyed your visit and I always appreciate your comments and feedback.If 'Word Verification' shows up then it's a Google glitch. Just ignore it and click 'publish' as usual.