Even though its wings are worn at the edges, the butterfly can still easily fly from flower to flower.
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I love the message, the color, and the joy of life your photo exudes…
if we were so lucky as we age and get ‘tattered’. 🙂
I love this composition, Pat.
Beautiful capture, Pat!
Wonderful but it makes me sad to see those tattered wings. Thanks for the visit.
What a gorgeous shot!
HI Pat This is a stunning shot. The light hitting the organe flower is great and it is wonderful tht even the butterflly is tattered, it cacn still go about its business.
Amazing macro shot ~ beautiful butterfly ~ thanks, carol, xo
Accommodating as it goes along. Love this shot Pat!
What a lovely photo — and message! Some of the most beautiful people I know are the ones who just keep on keepin’ on, even in their “tatteredness.” 🙂
I am amazed at how some of those tattered butterflies manage to get around.
egal was man hier betrachtet..
alle Bilder sind so schön 😀 😀
LG vom katerchen
Beautiful shot! Rugged beauty…
I love the tattered ones. Mourning cloaks do this, too. Live so long they fray!
Still so beautiful!
Also with tattered wings a beauty! Love the soft texture of your shot!
It a pleasure to walk on your wonderfull blog; best regard from Belgium
A little tattered but still a beauty. Lovely photo.
Pat, a very pretty shot!
The little white butterflies are pretty much all we’re seeing this summer, rarely a monarch. Looks like a bird tried to catch this one but it managed to get away, minus some wings.
Beautiful, even tattered. Love catching up on your blog. You’re nature photos are always spectacular.
Amazing! Great click!
It must possess an auto-balancing system.
Even with tattered wings they are still magical!
I does make me wonder how some of the battered butterflies we see manage to make it into the air.
Cheers – Stewart M – Melbourne
Torn beauty….quite a bit on the poignant side today!!
This is so beautiful!
Marigold and butterfly are both beautifully captured!
Beautiful capture, and poor butterfly!
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