Mid-Morning Flutters

After breakfast, Spanish Class, and some reading I decided to walk through my garden with the camera at a little after 9 AM. For a long time the birds have been scarce and the butterflies up and down, but in about 20 minutes this morning I photographed 2 birds and 7 different butterflies all fluttering through my gardens and trying to avoid me and my camera. All nine photos are in a slide show at the bottom of the post with the featured photo at top being a Southern Broken-Dash Skipper and the photo below a Yellow-rimmed Skipper. The garden was alive this morning! 🙂

Yellow-rimmed Skipper

For more and better bird photos: My Costa Rica Birds Gallery

And of course: My Costa Rica Butterfly Gallery

If you truly love nature, you will find beauty everywhere.

—Laura Ingalls Wilder

¡Pura Vida!

2 Replies to “Mid-Morning Flutters”

  1. Love your work and your passion for nature.
    Keep doing what you are doing.
    Today I spent hours in nature with butterflies and hummingbirds I stood among them I was in awe.

    I have recently planted some other seeds that attract nature a friend gave to me.

    I have been more aware of the environment since I lived here in Costa Rica.

    In England I had a garden but no time the appreciation I feel now is great for the soul my heart sing.

    Thank you

    1. Gill, What a lovely statement! And such kind words to me.

      Yes, Nature is the most powerful force in all of our lives and especially here in Costa Rica! So glad to hear that you are “enjoying your moments with nature!” It is life-changing! And the main reason I’m here! 🙂

      Hugs and love to you and Donald! Hope to see you again soon!

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