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Photo Stories [Wordless Wednesday]

White Admiral with Bird Prints
White Admiral

Sometimes a photo can tell a story without using any words. Here is a series of Butterfly photos that I took and doesn’t need a description.

Sunrise American Lady
Sunrise American Lady

Gray Comma camo
A Gray Comma somewhere in this photo!

Crab Spider
Crab Spider and Pecks Skipper

Clubtail Dragonfly and Summer Azure
Clubtail and Summer Azure

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14 responses

  1. I really like the sunrise American Lady photo.-I haven’t ever seen one of those-at least not that I know of. I’ve really never observed a dragonfly eating anything-I’ll have to keep my eyes open this summer.

    17 February 2009 at 7:28 pm

  2. Such pretty butterflies. I know absolutely nothing about neither them nor dragonflys and am going to make sure I learn more about them this summer.

    17 February 2009 at 8:42 pm

  3. A nice variety – I can’t believe that Gray comma – I bet it had to move for you to see it! Cool!

    17 February 2009 at 8:45 pm

  4. The sunrise american lady was my favorite! so nice to see butterflies again!

    17 February 2009 at 10:15 pm

  5. I cheated to find the Gray Comma. I didn’t really mean to, but I had the cursor on it before I saw the note. Very nice pictures.

    17 February 2009 at 10:17 pm

  6. I had to cheat and still couldn’t make out the exact outline of the Gray Comma. Very neat photos and it really makes me want spring and summer to come fast.

    17 February 2009 at 11:41 pm

  7. Great butterflies, but I was also quite impressed with that crab spider. I’ve never seen one like that.

    18 February 2009 at 1:27 am

  8. Red

    The first line of “Sunrise American Lady” starts off with “It was a dark and stormy night.”

    I see at least 3 stories in the White Admiral picture, and the rest, some fun and scary stories! The last two especially.

    18 February 2009 at 1:51 pm

  9. So nice to see all these summery creatures. Beautiful on those blooming flowers.

    18 February 2009 at 7:41 pm

  10. Do you know what bird left those footprints by the white admiral?
    Very neat butterfly photos Mon@rch! I especially liked the gray comma.

    18 February 2009 at 7:43 pm

  11. @ Larry – Thanks and we do get them from time to time! I was super lucky with that photo!
    @ Kallen – Butterflies are the new birds . . . . they are fun to identify for sure!
    @ Bird Girl – Thanks and I saw it land (how I knew where to take its picture)! Actually I was only able to get one picture before it flew away . . . this is what I captured!
    @ Shelley – Thanks and that was actually taken in my front yard!
    @ ncmountainwoman – no worries and just glad you were able to find it! Thanks
    @ Linda – it was very camo . . no doubt about that!
    @Right blue – thanks and we find them all the time, I should take more pictures of them for you!
    @ Red – Thanks and sounds like a great start for the photo! I agree with the Admiral photo! 🙂
    @ Robin – Thanks and you will notice in the winter I always try to bring summer into the picture but not the winter during the summer months!
    @ Ruthie – I think they are crow prints Ruthie! Thanks

    18 February 2009 at 8:09 pm

  12. While I’m smitten with butterflies, those dragons and damsels get me all excited – esp. the ones YOU photograph.

    18 February 2009 at 10:48 pm

  13. Great photos. Looks like the dragonfly was eating the spring azure. The gray comma was very hard to find (just slightly darker than the trunk). I wish it were spring now.

    19 February 2009 at 9:37 am

  14. Grace

    That sneaky Comma sat right on the edge of the peeling bark! Love the morning dew on the American Lady.

    19 February 2009 at 10:51 pm

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