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July 02, 2011

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Sylvia Kirkwood

What a breathtakingly beautiful capture, Sallie! Love the color of both and what a perfect match!! Superb!! Hope your weekend is going well! Happy 4th of July!

Sylvia

Stef-stitches

Awesome photos! I love that butterfly, it's pretty! I moved to a new domain, and HERE is my entry. Hope you can visit and follow me too, thank you!

dianne

wow!!
I've never seen a butterfly like that
great catch
beautiful photos

TexWisGirl

really beautiful - and loved your description of it.

Magical Mystical Teacher

How did you convince the butterfly to stay still long enough to snap its photo? :-)


SHADOW, BE TRUE

My shadow has come out to play.
Oh, shadow, please don’t run away!
Stay here by my side,
Pretend you’re my bride—
Be true to me now and alway!

© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

JO

wow! stunningly beautiful!

thanks for visiting my blog.

Luna Miranda

wow! this is an absolutely beautiful shot. i've never seen a silvery butterfly before.

Fotokarusellen

Wonderful colors and very beautiful images. Great photowork.

VioletSky

Gorgeous shot (gorgeous butterfly, too!) He really blends in well that flower. And I love the soft hairy edges of his wings.

Cecilia Artista, Sweden

Beautiful!
Great shots!

Clair Z.

I've rarely seen such a detailed, perfect photo of a butterfly. I love your description, too.

Eileen

Gorgeous capture! The butterfly is pretty.

Andy

It's just the kind of shot I wish I could do. Keep on clicking.

Annie

Your pictures are so beautiful ! I like blue flowers and blue butterflies ... and in fact all things in blue !

Vaish

Picture perfect, lucky that you decided to rest!

Caroline L, Sweden

How beautiful they are, both flower and butterfly. Great captured!

Tatjana Parkacheva

Beautiful macro shots.

Regards!

Wren

Oh wow - what a great photo! I thought exactly the same as you on first look, that the butterfly was part of the flower.

joan

Beautiful!

Cassie~farrr North Idaho

Such wonderful ShadowShots. The butterfly looked like she might fly right off my computer screen! Wow!! Happy SSS.

Al

That is exceptional - what an amazing shot. Butterflies are hard to get at all!

Margot

Hi Sallie, We are back from our trip with the greandkids. I came here to check on what you've been doing. Looks like you are still traveling through some beautiful country. This picture with the butterfly is amazing. (That's my favorite word when I come to your blog.)

Andrew

A beautiful capture...

Barb

Sallie - How lucky (and gorgeous!).

Mickie Brown

Sallie, Sallie---What a great shot! It is a stunning picture ( and the colors do "blend" right together, don't they). The photo is perfect too--clear,sharp, excellent color--just great. Hope you are enjoying your time in Colorado--the temp there has to be a lot better than the 100 degree weather we are having in Kansas. Take care. Mickie :)

Christine

Blue on blue, perfect!

Rita aka Cashjocky

Sallie, I have also been doing the "Catch-up" thing today. Have gone all the way back to when you left Florida to make sure I did not miss anything. I have chosen this post to leave my comment for two reasons. One, I love butterflies and know how hard it is to get a good shot of them. Two, it is such a gorgeous photo that I could stare at it for hours.

While moving through your post I found myself wishing I could be a stowaway on your travels. I love how you see things and the way you describe them for us. Even when it is a place I passed through you found a way to bring the memory back in way I failed to take in.

Keep up the good work because a lot of us live our life vicariously through blogs like yours; even if we do not always post a comment.

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