Saturday, 28 April 2012

Togetherness

The Provençal Fritillary
Melitaea deione (Nymphalidae)

30 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

oh, that is gorgeous! to find 2 with wings outspread!

Martha Z said...

Saw three different species of butterfly yesterday but none would sit still for a portrait. I'm impressed with your great images of insects, hard to do.

Nava said...

Very pretty!

Seyfi Karaman said...

Very nice shot of this beautiful butterfly.

Breathtaking said...

TexWisGirl
It was exciting to spot these two
butterflies swirling around each other,and very fortunate that they
sunbathed with open wings.

You were here first again,your just
amazing.Thankyou:)

Breathtaking said...

Marta Z
Thankyou for your lovely comment,
but I find that some butterflies are more obliging than others,-
depends on the species.I also stalk
them and do a lot of waiting around,it goes with the territory:)

Breathtaking said...

Nava
Thankyou.

Breathtaking said...

Seyfi Karaman
Hello and welcome.Thank you so much
for your very nice comment.

Deanna said...

How wonderful a capture of these two beauties. Glad you are back and hope you enjoyed your visitors.

Eva Gonçalves said...

Two in one!! Lucky shot or true patience? :)))Kisses

Giga said...

Dwa motyle na raz , to wspaniałe zdjęcie. Pozdrawiam.
Dwa motyle na raz , to wspaniałe zdjęcie. Pozdrawiam.

Anna said...

Hi There, Awesome shot.A beauty, Hugs, Anna

S. Etole said...

Such a lovely visit they must be having. Beautiful shot.

Breathtaking said...

Deanna
Thank you,glad you like it. Yes, we had a really good time,in congenial company,thank you for
asking.

Breathtaking said...

Eva
Finding two butterflies flying
closely together was lucky.I must have followed them for what seemed ages before I managed to frame them
in the same shot,and even then, as
you probably observed,only just
managed it.So it was really the combination of a little luck and a
little patience.:)XXX

susan said...

lovely photo, with a great backround

Breathtaking said...

Giga
Yes, two, how lucky was that!!!
Glad you like the it.

After a three week blogging break
I'm still trying to catch up, but
will visit you very soon. Hope all is well.:)

Breathtaking said...

Ana
So pleased you like it,I think it's
the first shot I've ever taken of two butterflies with their wings
open.
Hugs right back to you Ana:)

Lasse said...

Wonderful picture !

Breathtaking said...

S Etole
We enjoyed every moment in very
pleasant company,it was fun,thank you for asking.

So pleased you like the picture:)

Breathtaking said...

Susan
Thank you Sue.This one was taken in the fields.

Hope the opening of Susaninhas art
exibition was a success.Speak to you soon.XX

Breathtaking said...

Lasse
Thank you so much.

Ian said...

A thing of beauty is a joy forever:
Its loveliness increases,it will never
Pass into nothingness; but still will keep
A bower quiet for us,and a sleep
Full of sweet dreams,and health,and quiet breathing.
Keats
29.4.12

Ana Mínguez Corella said...

Muy bellas estas imágenes de Mariposas, bonita composición... Un saludo desde Madrid...
Ana

Breathtaking said...

Ana Minguez Corella
Hello again,thank you for passing
by and leaving a nice comment.

Congratulations on having a lovely nature blog.I became a follower
this morning, and will visit you
with pleasure.:)

Breathtaking said...

Ian
The beauty of nature takes my breath away,and I marvel as each creature has it's place on our
planet,and how we are all connected
and need each other to survive.It's
just miraculous!!

Thank you for your poem, one of my
favourite's.Enjoy The Times!!

ShySongbird said...

So beautiful but then all your butterflies are and so are your photos. Oh, to have all that lovely sunshine. After a prolonged drought we have rain, rain and more rain! Today it is still raining and the wind is so high it has brought my ancient Lilac tree down!

Breathtaking said...

ShySongbird
Thank you so much. We have also been getting some rain and it's turned quite chilly.The butterflies are hiding and there is not a lot going on in the garden.This morning I managed to take a decent photo of a squirrel,
but that is all.
Such a shame that your Lilac tree was felled by the wind,their blooms are so lovely.Perhaps all is not lost,I hope not.

ioan moldovan said...

These butterflies looks like two beautiful fans!
Best regards

Breathtaking said...

ioan moldovan
I never looked at them that way before,but you are right,they do!:)
Thank you for your comment.

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