Wednesday

Wildflowers for Breakfast


A horse enjoying the wildflowers in the field.

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Monday

Hay Fields of Virginia


“I come here for the solitude. I come to soak myself in memories before they evaporate, before they float so far from my memory that I can't catch them.” 
 ― Brenda Sutton Rose

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Sunday

Sunflower - Sunshine On a Stem


Keep on the sunny side, always on the sunny side Keep on the sunny side of life 
 It will help us every day, 
it will brighten all the way 
 If we'll keep on the sunny side of life" 
 Songwriters: 
Ada Blenkhorn / Howard Entwisle

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Monday

Monarch Butterfly - Ethereal Beauty


"Every day is a day to be thankful. 
Life's abundance has no limit, 
and gratitude is what keeps 
that abundance flowing. 
In every circumstance there is something 
for which to be thankful. 
Even when there seems to be nothing else, 
there is hope." 
 ~ Ralph Marston

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Friday

Morning Has Broken - Sunrise at Pipestem State Park


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"Morning has broken like the first morning 
Blackbird has spoken like the first bird 
Praise for the singing 
Praise for the morning 
Praise for them springing 
fresh from the world" 
- Cat Stevens 

Thursday

Bee Balm


"If you take a flower in your hand 
and really look at it, 
it's your world for a moment." 
~ Georgia O'Keeffe

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Monday

Crested Coua - Bird of Madagascar

“There is no wrong way 
to perform an act of kindness.” 
 ― Catherine Ryan Hyde  

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This Crested Coua was seen during our visit to the
North Carolina Zoo Aviary in Asheboro, North Carolina.


Sunday

Eastern Tiger Swallowtail - Dark Morph


 Eastern Tiger Swallowtail - Dark Morph

“A single act of kindness is like a drop of oil on a patch of dry skin—seeping, spreading, and affecting more than the original need.” 
 ― Richelle E. Goodrich -

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Saturday

Hummingbird Moth And Bee Share The Butterfly Bush


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“I know of only one duty, and that is to love.” 
 ― Albert Camus

Fritillary Butterfly on Butterfly Milkweed



"How true it is that, if we are cheerful and contented, all nature smiles, the air seems more balmy, the sky clearer, the earth has a brighter green... the flowers are more fragrant... and the sun, moon, and stars all appear more beautiful, and seem to rejoice with us." 
- Orison Swett Marden 

Great Spangled Fritillary on Butterfly Milkweed.

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Tuesday

Monarch Caterpillar



"Look closely. The beautiful may be small." 
~ Immanuel Kant  

Tiny Monarch Caterpillar - this is my first of the year sighting. - Deerfield Trail, Blacksburg, Virginia 
06-30-19 
 Each weekend I try to get out and inspect the milkweed that grows in and around the many greenways and trails in Blacksburg. I was rewarded with my first sighting of a tiny monarch caterpillar - who I hope grows up to become a beautiful monarch butterfly.
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