Sunday

Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly

You live longer once you realize that any time spent being unhappy is wasted. 
~Ruth E. Renkl

19 comments:

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

It's soooo pretty... I really need to get butterfly photo taking lessons from you one day but first, a better camera, I think! Very nice photo, Kerri.

June said...

Hope to get there soon before the butterflies disappear...

Eco Enthusiast said...

Great photo of the Tiger Swallowtail. I will have to check out the Deerfield Trail.

Mary said...

Wow....what a perfect Swallowtail! Great photo!

NCmountainwoman said...

Lovely picture of one of the few butterflies I can actually identify.

Can't wait to see more of Deerfield Trail.

Ms. Math said...

Wonderful photo! You definitely have a way with winged creatures - they never stay still for me. What's your secret? :)

Jenty said...

Oh wow, that's so pretty!

Carmi said...

Hi there, Kerri. I followed your link home from Heidi's place and have to say that I'm blown away by your adeptness with a lens. How you view the world through it reminds me very much why I first picked up a camera as well.

Can't wait to see more. Hope you'll drop by to see what I've got cooking, too!

Salty said...

You're doing a great job with your insects! Beautiful shot here as well as your dragon/damsel shots. Butterfly hunting will only get better in the coming months so we have a lot to look forward to.

granmal said...

Beautiful picture.

happyone said...

Wow, awesome shot. Nice close up!!!

Hilary said...

Beautiful shot. Butterflies are wonderful to capture that way and you sure make it look easy.

Mike said...

Beautiful Kerri! What color and composition.

evlahos said...

another one incredible capture. well done

gaz said...

nice shot...
wonder why he's called a 'tiger'?
;-]

Old Wom Tigley said...

Excellent capture..

Andrée said...

What a beautiful photograph! They are amazing creatures.

CG said...

What a glorious butterfly. You inspire me to try to get butterfly pics myself!!

Paulie said...

Our swallowtail come out a little later in the summer. I hope I find some again this year. That is a gorgeous shot!

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