Tuesday

A Few of My Favorite Things

 A hummingbird - do you see the little spot of red?
Dogwood leaves - starting to turn.
And a Lovely butterfly - a Question Mark or Comma perhaps?

22 comments:

Jayne said...

Gorgeous ruby reds! No clue about the butterfly, but he's beautiful. :c)

John Roberts said...

A great combination of photos for your theme. I like that you chose photos that more hinted of red rather than overwhelming the viewer with that color.

marian said...

i love your trio especially that sweet little hummingbird :)

Hilary said...

I don't know what the butterfly is but they sure are lovely.. times three

happyone said...

Great photo as usual. I've never seen a butterfly like that before - it is gorgeous though.

Grace and Bradley said...

What a fantastic combination of images. Thanks for sharing.

W. Latane Barton said...

My butterflies all seem to be the yellow tigertail or just some sort of black ones. Love the red one.

CG said...

That butterfly is quite spectacular; i've not seen one like that before ever!

JunieRose2005 said...

You captured some beautiful reds here!

I have never seen a red butterfly!!


Junie

PERBS said...

No idea of the butterfly identity but I would just call it gorgeous!

Carletta said...

A beautiful trio! I don't think I've ever seen a red butterfly - how wonderful.

Adrienne in Ohio said...

I just love the combination of reds and greens. Wonderful photo collage, Kerri!

Shammickite said...

I tried googling "red butterfly" but didn't get anywhere. Lovely creature. Perhaps you've discovered a new species?

Holly said...

These are gorgeous photos! What a great Ruby Tuesday Trio! I love your collages!

lisaschaos said...

What a stunning capture! They never stay this still for me. :)

Regina said...

Lovely red. Such amazing capures.

Becca said...

Is that hummingbird on a feeder? I want one but we don't want the mess from the birds lol

i beati said...

The look on the hummers face so priceless sandy

Jayne said...

OK Kerri, I asked my sissy, who is a butterfly lover, and she sent me a reply to say that you beautiful red butterfly is a Question Mark Butterfly!

Here is the link on Butterflies and Moths...

http://www.butterfliesandmoths.org/species?l=1754

Beautiful catch!!

imac said...

Beautiful collection.

Appalachian Lady said...

Kerri--The butterfly is most likely the Question Mark (Polygonia interrogationis). The question mark is on the underside of the wings. The color is usually orange so that's really unusual to find it to be so red.

MedaM said...

Your trio is so beautiful. A little bird is so cute!

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