Friday

Appreciate Beautiful Moments

Appreciate every little beautiful moment in every day of your life. Give it a try and you'll see the world from another perspective.
― Thea Kristine May

35 comments:

S. Etole said...

whatever it is it is colorful ...

Stacey Dawn said...

A Monarch maybe??

I am always amazed at the captures you get. I'd be giddy if I could click such beautiful creatures!

Kristin said...

Amazing creatures. Colourful and vibrant.

Pescalune said...

Wow he's beautiful !

eileeninmd said...

Beautiful shot, it might be a fritillary.

Hilary said...

And you, in turn have brightened mine. Beauty!

BirdingMaine said...

Absolutely beautiful Kerri! The detail and sharpness are exquisite!

Jayne said...

Definitely a fritillary, but which one is beyond me! I looked at all of them on butterfliesandmoths.com and can't decide! Beautiful catch Kerri!

Happyone :-) said...

And your pictures always brighten my day. :-) This is another great shot.

Vernz said...

this is very lovely ... beautiful color.

Cats and Women

Mridula said...

Beautiful!

Grace and Bradley said...

What a colorful capture, the image is so clear and sharp!

Snap said...

Gorgeous photo! Beautiful!

Self Sagacity said...

Such a beautiful piece! The colors are such framework.

Joops said...

Gorgeous!

Momma Robin

i beati said...

Mine too and the contrast on the one below magnificent

Tina said...

he is perfect. he love butterflies. i wished we saw more of them instead of spiders lol

My entry is at my Mummy Diaries blog. Hope you can stop by :)

EG Wow said...

Beautiful, Kerri! I'm looking forward to butterfly season here.

Becky and Gary said...

I haven't been around for a while. I hope to get better. I see you are still taking magnificent pictures! Beautiful butterfly!
B.

A Garden of Threads said...

Beautiful, such a great shot.

A New England Life said...

All you can do is sit there hoping that they open those beautiful wings so you can capture a quick shot. And you sure did! Good for you Kerri!

Robin's Nesting Place said...

It looks like it might be a Pearl Crescent to me.

Beautiful shot!

I am seeing a few butterflies already too. After seeing so few last summer, I'm thrilled each time I spot one flitting through the garden.

Catherine said...

Such a sunshiney butterfly ~ I hope our butterflies are able to return soon ~ but it's still too cold for them yet! :(

Such an enjoyable photo!

John's Outdoor World said...

Wonderful capture on this butterfly--have not seen one like in No Va!!

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Hey,now he brightened my day as well.Thanks.Hope the weekend is filled with joy.
Blessings,Ruth

Denise said...

Beautiful photo!

SandyCarlson said...

That is one beautiful dude, and your photo brightened my day, too.

Patrina said...

beautiful with the green background. So clear - it shows the hirs on the flower and the antenna of the butterfly. As always, beautifully done.

Patrina <")>><

Willard said...

Beautiful! One of my favorite type of photos. I notice you have posted a lot of exceptional macro and close-up shots lately, I have neglected that aspect of photography this spring and your photos inspire me to get out and work with this type of subject.

jabblog said...

What a fantastic shot - quite lovely :-)

Country Girl said...

Another beautiful offering from you, Kerri.

CherylK said...

That's really a perfect photo, Kerri. I wonder if it might be a Monarch but the markings aren't exactly monarch-like (is that a word?) so not sure. It's certainly beautiful, whatever it is!

Mary said...

Butterflies are so hard to identify. It may be a Pearl Crescent, but than again, it may not :-) It's pretty and that is all that counts as far as I'm concerned. I get tired of trying to put names to all the beautiful flying things sometimes and just want to enjoy them.

Misty Dawn said...

I believe this is a Pearl Crescent like Robin's Nesting Place and Mary already stated.
Here is a link with more information:
http://www.cirrusimage.com/butterfly_pcrescent.htm

The Early Birder said...

Beautiful 'flutter' Kerri, perfectly captured. FAB.

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