Wednesday, September 21, 2011



Paulie said...

You are good at spotting such treasures!

Nadege, said...

Nice capture.

Light and Voices said...

You certainly can take good photos of small insects.
Joyce M

jeannette said...

Wow, we can exactly see what the butterfly is after -great job!

Leckeres für Mensch und Katze - Goodies for a pleasant life said...

Great shot! Thanks for linking up! ;)

Indrani said...

Great capture.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

There's an art to seeing small things, an art which you seem to have perfected.


“I don’t have time,” my grandfather said,
“to dither around and stand on my head,
pretending that crimson is blue, not red—
just tell me the truth, if you please.

“I’m much too old for being lied to,
so tell me the truth about the rose hue
that colors the sky when the day is through
and adds a bright blush to the trees.

“Some call it red and some call it pink,
some call it strawberry wine-colored ink;
I call it rubicund, that’s what I think—
now leave me alone, if you please.”

© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

Featherless Pomegranate

Unknown Mami said...

I wish I looked that lovely when I'm feasting.