Monday, August 04, 2008

Orange Butterflies in My Garden

An American Copper
A Silver-bordered Fritillary

A faded, torn and tattered Northern Crescent

The most frequently seen butterfly in our garden, a Great-spangled Fritillary.

11 comments:

Mary said...

Who needs flowers when you have a garden of lovely orange butterflies! Beautiful, Ann!

bobbie said...

Orange on white is so wonderful - so summery.

kjpweb said...

Great shots! All of them would be lifers for me! :)
Cheers, Klaus

Leora said...

Beautiful photos. Each one.

Becky and Gary said...

Once again I'm envious. Gorgeous photos.

Brian said...

Great pictures of butterflies and I understand about the warblers. We don't get that many passing through Florida at least inland.

Kay said...

Very impressive butterfly photos. They are absolutely lovely.

Denise said...

Hello Linda, I love butterflies and your photos are wonderful. I like the fact that you identify them as I like to learn their names. Thanks for educating me :)))

Ruth said...

You do have a good assortment of butterflies, even if you have few Monarchs. Great photos.

Rambling Woods said...

Love the butterfly photos..I was excited to get a photo of a white admiral as I had not seen one yet in the yard..Michelle

2sweetnsaxy said...

Ohhhhh, how pretty these are! I wish I had such lovely visitors in my yard. :-(