Monday, September 21, 2015

Monarchs In The Garden!!





25 comments:

  1. Hello Debbie, lovely captures of the Monarchs. It is a treat to see these pretty butterflies. Especially since they seem to be having a population crash! Have a happy day and new week ahead!

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  2. They are a treat to see! Monarchs on my blog today too!

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  3. Such beauty to behold. It almost looks like a glass work of art. :)
    xoxo

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  4. Super photos Debbie, love this pretty butterfly.

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  5. That is just lovely. Great Photos Debbie!

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  6. And I was JUST saying to myself this past Saturday how much I like polkadot fabric. Especially in black and white. I mean, it goes with EV-ree-thing darling...take orange for example! SO chic!
    :) m & jb who prefers brown

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  7. Such gorgeous shots !!!!!! Beautiful butterflies !!!
    Greetings

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  8. you and karen were on the same wavelength today. :)

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  9. ohhhhhh...I love flutterbys even more than bees

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  10. Such a pretty shade and butterfly agrees!

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  11. gorgeous!! i meant to tell you on FB ... Happy Birthday!! i completely forgot ... so i will write it here on your blog. big big hugs. keep on celebrating. ( :

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  12. Beautiful... both the butterflies and the zinnias.

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  13. Fantastic photo's here Debbie, brilliant colours aren't they.

    All the best Jan

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  14. Oh my, I am dancing on this one. These are just spectacular photos. Big hugs!

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  15. Great shots. I'd better get my butterfly feeder out before they head this way!

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  16. Beautiful shots of the butterfly, we have been seeing more around here lately too, on the path we walk we saw a shimmering blue butterfly, had never seen one like it before, don't know if we could get a picture it was fast moving.

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  17. Hooray! - This is wonderful. - I saw butterflies this summer but none long enough to photograph them. It was so hot/dry here that I don't think they wanted to land.

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