Sunday, July 21, 2013

Butterfly Sunday

I went walking in the Dykeman Spring Nature Park today, both down in the wetlands and upland along the edge of the meadow. The thing that struck me most was the abundance of butterflies everywhere in the park. I took a lot of shots today; the ones that don't deal with today's topic will be posted later in the week, but the four below are the best of the butterfly shots. Enjoy!

A Cabbage White butterfly sipping on some Spotted Knapweed along the Upland Trail
A Pearl Crescent butterfly along the Upland Trail
An Eastern Tiger Swallowtail by the north duck pond
A Long Dash skipper-type butterfly sipping on the Purple Loosestrife by the softball field
© 2013 by A. Roy Hilbinger

5 comments:

  1. The best thing about butterflies is how they suddenly seem to appear out of nowhere with all their beauty and lightness.

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  2. I've always loved Cabbage butterflies. :)

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  3. Wonderful and splendid. Great job!

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