Thursday, August 13, 2015

Garden Guest

I've only seen a few monarchs this summer. Maybe they are just arriving in our area?  Wishful hopeful thinking...



You should be able to click to biggify these next shots to watch her slurp up some flower nectar :-).









17 comments:

Susan said...

How beautiful! And what marvelous photographs!

DianeOart said...

Wow... Amazing pictures :)

Mary Ann said...

Beautiful pictures, and I have only seen ONE!

farm buddy said...

Unfortunately, I have not seen any at all. However, I HAVE seen amazing shooting stars, so don't forget to check them out tonight. No moon and perfect shooting star conditions!!!

thecrazysheeplady said...

Yes! I saw quite a few early this morning :-).

thecrazysheeplady said...

Thanks! I had fun taking them. We also have hummingbirds out there :-).

Marcy Doane said...

These photos are stunning! The composition, color, clarity and detail--all amazing. And, of course, who doesn't love Monarchs and pink flowers?! Thanks for sharing.

Far Side of Fifty said...

Beautiful! We have a few more here than last year:)

Karen Paulson said...

WOW! WOW! WOW! You are an amazing photographer! This is just so cool!

Erika Keller said...

Beautiful pictures!

Michelle said...

Stunning photos, especially the in-flight one!

MarmePurl said...

Magnificent captures.
Funny, that mother nature of ours...I have seen more monarchs here this year than ever before.
But my zinnias (and fruit trees and bushes) are not looking as lovely as yours thanks to bumper crop of Japanese Beetles this year.

Sheepmom said...

What a great shot - catching her in mid-flutter! And the colors! And clarity! I'll be coming back to this post in January!!

Lisa Smith said...

You are such a talented photographer. . . . these pictures are lovely! Thanks for sharing them!

Arlette Seib said...

Stunning photos, just stunning. I'm sure there are artists out there who would love to see these.

Karen Larko said...

What gorgeous pics!

flowerweaver said...

Stunning photos! The colors, clarity, and subject are all wonderful :)

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