Oh, what a beautiful butterfly.Greetings Sabine
I'm so impressed you know the name of it.
so beautiful. great shot. we have had 5 different butterflies in the past week. this means spring is for sure here.
Great shot!Nice Sunday!
What a beauty!...:)JP
Like it's coloring.
How do you capture such beautiful shots? Lovely! blessings ~ tanna
The markings on it are beautiful too. SO different than the Monarch.
Great shot...we have a ways to go before we see butterflies around our neck of the woods. It's been a cold/rainy spring!!!
Oh so vibrant! No butterflies here yet, but I did see a moth around the porch light last night :)
It is a beauty, great sighting. I can not wait to start seeing more butterflies around here. Great photo.
Beautiful butterfly! Looks like the color was "dabbed" on in little dots. Very nice T.
Lovely colors :)So far I've only seen flies.. lol!
soooo beautiful, i have not seen any here yet but i am waiting patiently!!!
Tex, how pretty...thanks for sharing such beauty!Have a super Sunday!
We're seeing more and more butterflies here to. They're so graceful and have such pretty colors!
Can't wait until the "butterfles" return to Upper Michigan. We did see a flash of color when a cardinal stopped by the bird feeder yesterday in the snow :)'love & hugs from afar'
you live in a most colorful world - butterflies, Blue Bonnets, Indian Paintbrush, all those various species of birds you've been posting. this one must have been a bit harder to notice though, and it's a treasure.
It may not be the largest butterfly,but oh my,it is so pretty.Thanks.
It is a beauty! They are normally abundant here - but haven't seen any so far - we've had SO MUCH RAIN.... and terrible storms yesterday.
Just got caught up on your last few posts....I always enjoy my visits to The Run*A*Round Ranch.~K
Gorgeous little dude!
Ah were stalking butterflies now...I love the colors too!
It's a beauty and makes a great "splash of color" in this shot. Nice one!
A beaut! We have a butterfly here with the same colouring but very different patterns to that one!
It is a rare for me, beautiful photo.
How very pretty!
I've never heard of a pearl crescent butterfly, we only seem to get monarch's and swallowtails. This is really beautiful and a real treat, we will not see any for sometime.I'm glad you liked the non-rusty shot, more to come :-)
I hit send too soon! I did a sequence on growing butterfly's on my old blog, have a look (my old blog has a few butterfly posts in the animal/insect category)http://2zars.blogspot.com/2009/08/how-to-grow-butterfly.html
What a beautiful design she has on her wings.
In Portugal i use to see some like these one =)
Great color and capture!
Theresa, very pretty!
I don't know butterflies - I know Monarch and Pretty, about it. This one is Pretty!
Like everyone else, that is a beautiful butterfly, yet aren't they all? I find butterflies much more cooperative in having their photo taken than birds are. Birds love to torment me.
A harbinger of summer...
No butterflies up here yet, but I did see a honey bee today.
So vibrant! I can't wait to see some here :)
I just realized how little I know about butterflies. I guess I just figure they are all "butterflies." Maybe I'll learn something as the spring and summer roll on. Pretty butterfly. ;)
I love butterflies...
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I have only seen one butterfly so far...I have always loved butterflies and can't wait for them to be back in full force!
Wonderful color on this butterfly. I have seen a few here recently and so glad!
very very beautiful.
Wow,look at that one,what beautifully marked wings!
Thank you so much for visiting my blog. I hope that you will find my recipes easy and good. I love butterfly's. When I see one it makes me smile and think what a beautiful transformation. Miracles do happen.Blessings, Catherinexo
Don't you just get so excited when you catch a butterfly with his wings open like that? I know I do. Unless someone has tried to photograph a butterfly, they don't know how difficult it is! They usually fly off before I get it focused!
I want to comment on the beautiful reflection and green, but came here, to the butterflies.I see the swan plant devoid of butterflies here.
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