Monday

Chrysalis with Dew Drops

Change occurs when one becomes what she is, not when she tries to become what she is not. 
~ Ruth P. Freedman

28 comments:

Valerie said...

Left over from last year? or new for this year? I forget if you are in warm or cold climate. I have not been able to get to my favorite blogs for so long - I've missed so much!! Hoping to catch up.

Nikki . said...

Truly beautiful...

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

So, so very unique. What a fabulous subject to photograph! Outstanding job too.

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Snappy Di said...

It's lovely.... you must have had a foggy morning over your way too that put all those nice dew drops on everything in the yard.

Di

Photogal said...

Wow - isn't it early?

Catherine said...

Isn't it amazing how nature works? Excellent image Kerri!

Happy Week!
xo Catherine

Jan n Jer said...

Great shot...very unique!

SouthernSass said...

Lucky you - that is a great find!

Julie G. said...

Simply beautiful! I've never been fortunate to see one before. Thanks for sharing your lovely post!

Becky and Gary said...

Now that is one unusual shot. Is this from 2011? Very cool Kerri.
B.

PoetessWug said...

Oooooo! It looks like some kind of fine one million count sheet material!!! Beautiful!!

Happyone : ) said...

Wow that is amazing.

grammie g said...

Hi Kerri..This is magical,mystical,unique,...so many description for the subject of this photo...beautiful quote and photo..loved it!!

amatterofhowyouseeit.com said...

Lovely capture - very unusual and beautiful.

Gale Wall said...

Beautiful. It looks like glass.

Chris said...

Wow what a cool composition! Exquisite!

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

The dewdrops certainly add to the beauty.

Wren said...

Totally awesome, Kerri. With the dewdrops as diamonds, it could be the priceless jewel on a necklace.

Country Girl said...

OH.

MY.

GOSH.


YOU TOTALLY ROCK.

Adrienne in Ohio said...

Wow, looking forward to seeing butterflies again soon!

spindrift,me said...

Kerri, that is just gorgeous! We don't see chrysalises (chrysali??) until August or September in Maine. Glad to know the monarchs are on the move! Thanks for that lovely photo....

Debbie said...

gorgeous...glass meets cotton!!

Susan in the Boonies said...

I've never seen anything like that before, but it's breathtaking.

SLH said...

Neat shot!

Rambling Woods said...

Fabulous

Misty Dawn said...

Major awesome!!!

Mary said...

wow...that is wonderful to find and also to photograph! So delicate looking.

Debi said...

I'm jealous! Thanks for stopping by my blog & sharing this link. :)

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