Sometimes Sweet, Sometimes Tart, Always Real
Been there…seen those..right before a 6.5 mile canoe trip! Tons of fun though. We canoed down to the White
Buffalo..where the White River runs into the Buffalo River.
These are beeee-you-tee-ful. They look like giant butterflies, too! 🙂
Wow – those are beautiful! Thanks for sharing the photo.
Lovely! Great photography. 🙂
What a gorgeous picture! Either you are really talented, or you have a great camera, or both. Knowing you, my money is on both.
What a great picture! What did you shoot with?
Wow,I need to get out more. Those butterflies are unreal. How big are they?
Oh my goodness, that is an awesome picture!
What a great shot!
Beautiful… Isn’t nature just awesome!
Beautiful butterflies. Isn’t our God a Great God?
Tamara, I have just a regular digital camera that I got at a going out of business sale, nothing fancy, a Vivitar of some sort. It’s small and fits in my purse and that’s why I bought it. I do know how to compose a picture and that’s what I have going for me.
Jean, they are just regular sized butterflies, I just put the camera on the ground at their eye level and took the shot and they were kind enough to not move.
The riverbanks were thick with wildflowers and butterflies. It was a peaceful sliver of Eden.
My goodness that’s a great shot. If you look at it a long time you might think those butterflies are of the gigantic variety!
Wow, wonderful picture!
I can’t believe they didn’t fly away before you captured the shot. God’s world is just so incredibly tantilizing and breath-taking.
I’ve become way to jaded, I think. My first impression was that it lookeed photoshopped. But of course it isn’t, which makes it even more amazing. Great shot!
And they say everyting’s bigger in Texas?
Oh WOW… that’s very cool.
What a surprise to find in the middle of “The Natural State – Arkansas.” Thanks for sharing!
These butterflies are beautiful!
Gorgeous! Thanks for sharing.
Neat photo! My son’s favorite book is The Very Hungry Caterpillar (today at least). I’ll assume you probably know the book by heart. His favorite part….”and he wasn’t a little caterpillar anymore….He was a Biiiiiig, FAT, caterpillar!! Makes him crack up every time. He could care less when he turns into the BEAUTIFUL butterfly. But I like the ending, personally.
WOw. Magnificent !
YOur photography skills are superb !~)Pamela.
Oh, aren’t they so pretty?? Nice shot AM! 🙂
I get how you did it, setting the camera down right in front of them… I just wonder how you got the same clarity in the background with that super-narrow depth of field. (Don’t pay any attention to me, I learned with a manual SLR and still don’t know beans.)
IT’S NICE, is what I was trying to say, LOL.
I thought you said you were in Alabama or somewhere around there, not the Amazon! Those babies are huge!
This is such a pretty photo that I was inspired to take my own camera on the road with me yesterday afternoon. I do a lot of off road work, back country, and there are plenty of wild flowers and butterflies. I thought I would just snap me up some beautiful butterfly pics. Hah, I thought wrong! You have some wonderful timing or luck or awareness. Keep up the beautiful work.
beautiful! my granddaughter and I watch out for butterflies every day. I have a nice flower garden that I specifically chose plants that attract butterflies and hummingbirds. We’ve seen some really pretty ones this summer.
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