It’s near the end of summer and flowers are still plentiful and blooming, at least in my sister-in-law garden.
Not only are the flowers beautiful and in full bloom, but the butterflies were also plentiful.
For some reason I did not walk with my camera today so all these photos are taken with my cell phone.
Not only were there butterflies, but the dragon fly also paid a visit.
The afternoon was quite lovely. The perfect day to chase butterflies in the garden. Actually they seemed quite relaxed while feeding on the flowers.
The bumblebee not wanting to be left out also put in an appearance in the feeding frenzy.
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25 Replies to “Feasting Before Migrating”
Fabulous photos! Your sister-in-law has a beautiful and colourful garden.
Yes, I agree with you—she really does. Thanks for your kind words!!
Love the photos. Your cell phone take gorgeous pictures.
Thanks so much. It was truly joyful to see the butterflies spreading their beauty!!
Just beautiful ❤️
Thanks so much!!
These are wonderful. Mark of a true photographer – great shots no matter what camera you happen to have in your hand. 😊
Thanks Irene. I do really appreciate your kind words!!
These pictures are great. I love them. Keep up the good work.
Thank you so much. I still wish I had my camera with me though. You would think by now that I would always have it with me!!
These are beautiful and there’s a saying – the best camera is the one you have with you.
This is so true. It could have been worse, if I also didn’t have the phone on me.
Beautiful photos! Thank you for sharing.
Thanks for reading!!
It’s always a pleasure to read your blog! 💙
Leola, these photos turned out amazing. The color and the vividness is beautiful. Perhaps the butterflies were too interested in feasting to worry about your proximity to them.
Yes, that’s exactly what I think. I think they were busy feasting, getting ready for the long journey that may be ahead of them.