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The lighting behind the butterfly wings is captivating and love the breeze tuft of the cardinal...cool.BlessYourHeart
Nice job!!! Isn't it wonderful with computers how we can now enhance our photos? Before, unless you had a dark room, you were at the mercy of the developers.
You should place that blue butterfly on Birds and Blooms online Photo Challenge. Its theme is blue this month.
Morphos butterflies are beautiful. The cardinal is adorable.....it looks very snowy over there:)
You "did good." Beautiful!
Lovely : )
Our butterflies aren't out here yet, but they are at the Meijer Gardens in GR! That so means spring and summer to me. Oh, and I think that the cardinal is my favorite bird - they're here all year and are so colorful!!
Very nice. I love pictures of male cardinals and this is a good one. Hugs
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What beautiful photo -- they cheered up my sort of gray day here in the canyon.--Inger
Missed this one, sorry :(I tried to send you a message, but the thingy said try again later. Bah.May I say - you take such great pictures and never are boring!I have a question for you so I am checking the little box for follow-up comments and see if that works. :-)
Thanks for all the nice comments.Thanks Out on the Prairie, I entered the photo on Birds and Blooms website and I got a note yesterday that they published it.I don't know why I don't go to their website more often, I have subscribed to their magazine and in fact I get almost all of Reiman's magazines. I am going to have to get back in the habit of stopping by there.
What is your question Sharon? Let's see if it works :).Thanks for stopping by one and all.
Nah, it just doesn't work that way, rats!About my Surprise Lilies - when would YOU recommend for me to split them up and replant? I live in Southern Tennessee. I would like to see them bloom this year, if I can, but they appear to be so crowded and I think by the looks of the foliage that some may have already died out. Does a person actually have to break them apart or will they just separate easily? I have heard they are quite expensive, so I don't want to mess them up.I posted about them today.Thanks for any help!Sharon
Good job with the editing!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon Rver, Canada.
That blue butterfly is stunning!
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