Friday, October 18, 2013

Flutterby

 
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43 comments:

  1. love it! i saw a monarch here yesterday! i was so excited! hadn't seen a true monarch in ages!

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  2. So pretty! We didn't see butterflies all summer. A couple hung around here this fall but I didn't get very good shots.
    Have a nice weekend.

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  3. it's gorgeous!!

    they migrate along the beaches here, along the wild golden rod. i missed it this year. last year it was amazing!!

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  4. Ooohh, he's a beauty! Nice catch!

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  5. stunning colours and the focus is so sharp really lovely

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  6. Beautiful photo!
    Greetings, RW & SK

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  7. This capture is SO lovely! I just don't see many butterflies around my place... Thank you for coming by sharing your creative photography on the Weekly Top Shot, #105!

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  8. Perfect shot! Love the butterfly - you've got a great capture.

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  9. Crisp, clear - and beautiful. Thank you.

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  10. Beautiful Karen!!! Thanks for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro:-)

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  11. What a beautiful photograph. I usually hate it when people refer to their own blog in a comment, but I thought you might be interested to see my embroidered monarch on a milkweed. Your photo could have been my inspiration http://ginxcraft.blogspot.co.uk/2013/10/more-phone-cosies.html

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  12. I had to pop over to comment on this lovely shot as mine is a butterfly too #topshot

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  13. Beautiful photo! My girls used the word flutterby too.

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  14. Stunning! Your pictures are simply perfect every single time. Not just a perfect butterfly, but the perfect plant to show off his colors...just lovely.

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  15. Gorgeous color! You are amazing photographer.

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  16. Hi Karen, thank you for sharing this lovely photo. Always a winning combination of butterfly and flower.

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  17. so pretty. It looks like it has lighted on Jopi weed

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  18. Beautiful image Karen.Interesting contrast of patterns and shapes.

    Happy Sunday!
    Ruby

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  19. lovely flower and a pair of beautiful wings. :)

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  20. Love how you capture the butterfly ~ beautiful!

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  21. Beautiful flowers and nice capture of the butterfly!

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  22. Wonderful shot of the butterfly on the flowers.

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  23. What a beauty! We certainly don`t see as many around here as we used to. Great shot.

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  24. That is such a beautiful butterfly... I'm not on the right continent to be able to photography one, so I'm happy to see your sharing...

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  25. Perfect shot, Karen.
    My first time to see this kind of flower. The butterfly looks awesome.
    Thanks for your visit :)

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  26. Lovely shot of the butterfly! Thanks for visiting my blog.

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  27. OMGosh! A Monarch! Been trying to spy some down here; but, have yet to see one. They are on a decline. This gives me hope!

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  28. So lovely, Karen! Yesterday I saw at least three different monarchs down by Lake Ontario. I guess they are still migrating, which surprised me as I would have thought they'd have done that already.

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  29. Stunning! Such a beautiful photo! I love butterflies. They are not easy to catch in the right moment. You made it:)

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  30. This is a beautiful picture of a wonderful butterfly, Karen! I like it very much!!!

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  31. So very gorgeous!

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  32. You have captured really lovely, intricate pattern and colour. Thanks for sharing on MoM#64:)

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  33. Nice! We had some butterflies in the garden this weekend - but the wind seems to keep them on the move. Next time maybe.

    Stewart M - Melbourne

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  34. beautiful capture - the butterfly is gorgeous!

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  35. WOW! When I clicked on this post I was like...I have that photo! I took one that is uncannily similar. Way cool. Beautiful shot...

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