Friday, August 03, 2007

Show & Tell Friday~~Flutters of Singing Woods

I try to have my camera handy, as I can always find something lovely to photograph in my little Nestle in the Singing Woods

A Red Admiral on the LiLacs
A Monarch on the LiLacs

Tiger Swallow Tail on Purple Coneflower (above) & Liatrus (below)

A close encounter with a WASP, we have alot of them here, which is good, as
the Summer Tanagers love to eat them.

A sweet Ruby Throated (male) Hummingbird

Red Spotted Purple
 on my Plum Tree

Giant Swallowtail on the Zinnia's

That's it for this week, hope you've found a bit of joy viewing as I have found sharing my flutters with you!
Thanks to Kelli for hosting Show & Tell Friday
fondly, Deena


Lorraine said...

Wow! Beautiful pictures as always! How did you get that lil' birdie in your hand????????

Beemoosie said...

Wonderful pictures! So glad I stopped by today!

Katie said...

These are FANTASTIC pictures!! You have such a variety of big beautiful butterflies where you live - and HOW IN THE WORLD did you get that hummingbird to sit in your hand? What a funny kind of wasp - what kind is he, do you know? Did you know that I just read that most wasps are solitary, and like to eat caterpillars? Something new everyday, isn't it. I love it when you take me on a nature walk with you. Those are my favorite things.

Suzanne said...

Wow! Deena, your photos are amazing! And the hummingbird in your hand! are the "hummingbird whisperer"! Just beautiful, thanks for sharing.

GardenGoose said...

very pretty flutterbies!

Sylvia Anderson said...

Just beautiful Deena!! I love butterfly's, and you have taken some wonderful pictures of them in your yard!