26 August 2012

Silent Sunday



Silent Sunday

30 comments :

  1. Wow! That's beautiful! Had to blink twice to appreciate.

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    1. On my mobile too - pleasantly surprised :)

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  2. How did you get it to stay still - they always move whenever I try to take a pic!

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    1. There is a huge plant in my garden (I've no idea on the name) with is covered in butterflies at the moment and they didn't seem bothered by my presence at all. Minxy was taking pics too with her ds hehe x

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  3. Wow what a gorgeous butterfly - you did so well to capture that hun

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  4. Wow great mobile phone shot...

    The plant it's sitting on looks like a Budlia (can't spell Budlia so written phonetically) aka the Butterfly Tree.

    xxx

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  5. You don't see them very often anymore do you? Beautiful shot! :)

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  6. Very pretty (both butterfly and flower)

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  7. Buddleia is known as the Butterfly Bush, its pollen is really vital to bees and butterflies. Peacock butterflies love it and in a few weeks you may be lucky and se a red admiral on there if you haven't already.

    Brilliant capture of a beautiful sight!

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  8. You took that on your mobile?? That's amazing!

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  9. To attract such gorgeous butterflies

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  10. Can't believe you took it on a mobile, such a lovely picture! X

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  11. Gorgeous picture. Can't believe you managed to take it using your mobile either, my phone pics always come out blurry!

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  12. Wow! Gorgeous. I am often to be seen chasing butterflies with my camera... can never seem to get a shot!

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  13. Beautiful to see it so close! Bet the children could have some fun making their own butterflies!

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    1. We made dolly peg butterflies recently ... http://www.theminimesandme.com/2012/08/mini-mess-dolly-peg-butterflies.html?m=1 x

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  14. Beautiful, rarely see peacocks here even though we have a buddleia!

    Lucky thing :)

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  15. Thanks for all the lovely comments x x

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  16. What an amazing photo, and your blog is sooooo preeeeeety ;-)

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  17. Wow fantastic colours. My Silent Sunday last week was a butterfly. Beautiful creatures. x

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