Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Flutterby butterfly

Today, I spotted a monarch butterfly flitting amidst the coneflowers. It was beautiful and it stayed for some time before flying away. Here are some portraits of the lovely butterfly, that fluttered by until it fluttered away.

Butterfly magic
flying over sea and land
coneflower visit


Stop, smell the flowers
look for the nectar within
pollination time



Stretch colorful wings
easterly and westerly
adventures await





Butterfly resting
not being a flutterby
a beautful lull








Soon I will be gone
to explore other gardens
yellow coneflowers.
Notes: Feel free to share butterfly stories... or comments about butterflies... or bees... or any kind of pollinator.
If you'd like to ask me a question, please post it in yesterday's post: here is the link

5 comments:

Sammy’s blog said...

This. Is. Cool

Maureen said...

Beautiful photos! I love butterflies; actually, I’m a bit like a butterfly, flitting from one adventure to the next. Thank you for such an interesting post.

Alana said...

You got some nice captures here. There was a swallowtail butterfly fluttering amongst my day lilies the other day but I couldn't get there in time. It's such a thrill to be able to interact with a butterfly in this way.

Cerebrations.biz said...

So cool that you got to share some quality moment with a Monarch! With photos, to boot!

Gay Ingram said...

Really col photos...and I enjoyed the haiku verses also.