Sunday, October 19, 2008

Today's Flowers

I was out on a walk today and saw some really neat critters. Well, they wouldn't be neat to everyone... just a weirdo like me, because these critters included a praying mantis, a tree frog, and a snake. Yes, I know I have issues. However, I was really excited about all the neat critters I met today.

However, as I was walking home, I thought, "Gosh, I have no idea what I'm going to post for Today's Flowers!" I had no sooner completed that thought when I saw this...

(c) Misty DawnS

"Yep, this will do just fine for Today's Flowers." I thought.
(c) Misty DawnS

Besides, this sight won't be around for much longer this year - I better capture it while I can. :-)

If you would like to join in the fun or view the other beautiful entries, click on the graphic at the beginning of this post or click here.


Kahshe Cottager

What fantastic photos! The colour of the butterfly and the flower compliment each so well. The time for butterflies and flowers is about over here. Soon I will be taking pictures of bare twigs and snow! LOL

Gill - That British Woman

great photo's, I did butterfly ones last week, they are always a joy to photograph.

Gill in Canada


WOW! Another amazing shots here!~Check out mine HERE. Hope to see you there! Happy Today's Flower!~

Rob Ripma

Great shots. Very nice blurred backgrounds.


Definitely a lovely find and with a Wonderer Buttelfly to boot. It just goes to show, walking is good tor you!


Perfect shots and so pretty!

This Is My Blog - fishing guy

Misty: What a neat shot of the thistle along with the Monarch. You did well.

Lilli & Nevada

great capture of both


How clear and sharp is that shot?! Wow Wow Wow!!! Excellent capture.

Have you seen my collage of flowers on my other blog? Come see. ;0)


Perfection indeed! And you're right, the thistle and butterflies will soon be a sweet memory. Thanks for sharing--even the snake, et al. Nice post!


That's so pretty!


These shots are so clear and crisp. Great capture!


Great shots, thanks so much for sharing.


What a beautiful monarch! I love these shots!

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