i saw the red behind the green & hoped he would come closer, like the feeder. But amazingly, he put himself in the perfect frame. AND anyone know what kind of bird is at my feeder?
so why is it called the butterfly? Gosh, somebody, at least, named the bush correctly–this is my butterfly bush in the backyard & it is covered with different ones everyday.
to land on my butterfly bush this summer!
the butterfly bush in the morning light. i think it was a bit too cool out for this bee.
one of the things i teach in my art classes for children is, “leave no white.” what struck me first about this butterfly was the absent part of his lower wing, then i noticed that if he were cut from paper, then the person that did the cutting, left the white on his wings. instead…
mine is still bringing me butterflies in fall.