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SUMMER’S FINEST BLOOMS DAY LILIES
And yes the peach one is my favorite.
Today, I took a break from folding an origami butterfly, and took the opportunity to enjoy the cool July weather that returned overnight. I went trekking and used my camera to capture images of butterflies I spied on my trek around town.
They both have a center fan segment that catches the wind of twirls. The wind also rotates the butterflies to keep in the direction of the moving wind.
It was part of a special exhibit in the Missouri Botanical Garden in the Climatron which is a multi-level tropical greenhouse encased in a giant geodesic dome. I’ll cover more of my TREK to the Garden in tomorrow’s and Saturday’s posts. In other words, that means I took a lot of photographs that I have to go through before I can post them. By the way, have you ever seen of CORPSE FLOWER? You will in one of my next posts.
THE BUTTERY YELLOW JENNY FLUTTERBY
Since I fold them, I get to name them. And please note that the names have no relationship to any butterfly living or dead. Some I name on whim, some for a friend and this one for my niece and godchild who called butterflies FLUTTERBYS.
THE BLACK SWALLOW
I’ve actually seen these in my backyard. But not often.