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June 20, 2012


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Vanessa (Hey, Lady Grey)

Wow, these photos are stunning! Monarch butterflies are so beautiful!

ellen kelley

So beautiful, so fragile and yet so strong.
Lovely..thank you.


wow, just gorgeous.

Sonia / Cozy Memories

no need of words for such beauty
happy solscitice my dear friend
warm hugs oxox

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Annie @ knitsofacto

Wow! No other comment do these pictures justice.

No butterfly would dare take flight here today, the rain is torrential!


I am speechless over your wordless wednesday this week!!!!! :)


This so brings me back to my childhood in Minnesota. There was always a cocoon so carefully constructed, green with tiny, shiny gold dots, hanging from a twig, waiting to hatch out one of these lovelies.
Then cycle would start again...it was a performance we never tired of watching.
Thank you for sharing.

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Esta es una fuente interesante de conocimiento, me alegro de leer este artículo. Estaré de vuelta pronto para ver más que usted tiene.

Judy Brown

Oh my! Are the milkweeds in blossom already?
You keep me on my toes Margaret. Beautiful shots of the coreopsis. Have a good week-end.

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