10/13/11

Touched by A Monarch

A Rare and ByChance PhotoOpportunity

It's past time for the Monarch Migration through Texas, but this Prince of Butterfly's
 must have gotten a late start on the Annual Monarch Migration Trip to Mexico.
You can read about it in my post ... Monarch Migration Through Texas.




The Handsome Prince made a PitStop in my backyard to fill up for the Trip South of the Border.
Usually the Monarch's feed on the Autum Joy, but it was occupied.
Needless to say neither the Butterfly or this photographer wanted to be Touched by a Bee!

I hope you enjoyed these Photos. I sure was thrilled with the ByChance PhotoOp...it was a Rare Opportunity that I'm pleased to share with Ya'll. Feel FREE to Capture any of these photos for your personal use and collection. Although I have not signed any of them, I appreciate credit. (click on photos to enlarge)

Linking to Beverly's Pink Saturday at How Sweet The Sound.

And as Always...Thanks Beverly for Making Saturday Pink!!!!

11 comments:

Sherry@Back2Vintage said...

Wow! What a JOY! Your photos are award-winning!!!

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

That's fun! Great pics Sue-enjoy:@)

Pondside said...

A visit from a butterfly has to be a sign of very good things to come - at least that's what I always told my children.

SusanB-knits said...

I can't believe I'm missing out on all the beautiful butterflies!
Love the pictures!!

Leann said...

How cool is that? I don't remember every seeing one in real life ever!

Enjoy your weekend!

Leann

Ann said...

In New Zealand, people including my school plants swan plants for the Monarch butterflies. Kids get to know the cycle.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful, Sue!
conniemarie

chubskulit said...

Gorgeous!

Please come see my Pink, when you get a chance. Happy weekend!

LV said...

Regretfully, they by-passed my place this year.

Gini said...

Absolutely beautiful! Photos of my very favorite butterfly . . . wonderful shots . . . thank you for sharing them.

Annesphamily said...

Ah....you are one blessed woman! I wish I had them here with me too! So beautiful. That bee, not so much!

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