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Beautiful thought! Beautiful photo!
Lovely!I'm so glad I saw this. I took a photo of one of these on the side of my house last summer (not a good shot) before it flew away. I had no idea what it was called.Thanks for the ID. :)
Let the philosophers fashion arguments for the existence of God.Here you've gone and proven it with your camera and a butterfly!Love.Wayne
It does look like tree bark!! :-) So amazing!
Very nice photo--as they all are. I'm sure the camouflage has saved him from being some bird's lunch many a day! Mickie
It sure does.. they hide well.
Isn't Mother Nature grand? The wings really do look like tree bark. So very nice to think ahead to warmer, more colorful days. Beautiful image!
Amazing, I never saw this butterfly before!Thank you for sharing.
They really are masters of camouflage. Ruth
So gorgeous! I have seen these at the Magic Wings Butterfly Conservatory in Massachusetts - it's an enchanting place for those who really love butterflies. Theresa
It really does look like the bark...great shot! Can't wait until it is time for butterflies again.
Will we ever get to see them again. February snows makes it hard to remember the butterflies of summer. Here are the ones I found on Earth Day last year.http://beyondmygarden.blogspot.com/2010/04/earth-day-flutter.html
What a unique name, mourning cloak. Lovely!
Wow! Yet another gorgeous post!
I have never seen anything like this before, that is just amazing how much like the bark it looks.