Saturday, June 21, 2008
This is kind of fun. I enjoyed visiting the other bloggers who entered posts in Creative Photography last week to see what sort of pictures they came up with.
There was quite a variety, and I loved most of them.
I believe that I included this picture in a blog post that I wrote a while back, about butterflies. I have cropped it a bit. The picture is of sleeping butterflies, and was taken a few years ago during the monarch butterfly migration in Cape May, NJ. I had no idea at the time that butterflies sleep, clinging to trees and bushes. They look like leaves on the mimosa tree.
If you look closely, you can make out the orange of the butterflies' wings. When I took the picture, the sun was going down and light was fading fast - hence the need for the butterflies to find a place to sleep for the night.
If you would like to enter, follow the link to Creative Photography , read the rules and sign up before next Thursday afternoon.
Labels: Creative Photography, sleeping monarchs
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Wow, that's really neat...I'd never seen sleeping butterflies before. Thanks!
another great shot bobbie!
'The Butterfly Tree'
I love butterflies! Sometimes I have come across one sleeping on a leaf in the early morning.
Thanks for your mention of this site for it was fun finding it. Also thanks for your comment on my entry. It will be enjoyable viewing all of the others as well.
Good stuff Bobby! Thanks for your entry for Creative photography!!
Sleeping butterfly :) Interesting shot!
I didn't know that butterflies slept either. Nice photo!
Simple dark shapes on a lightish background can be so much more than just dark shapes! Very interesting!
My creativity in here
Took me awhile to figure out what the image was before I read the text you provided! lol Great capture. :)
The butterflies at peace are quite delicate, as if they sprung from a bud on the branch. Great shot!
Yap! I see butterflies. That's beautiful shot! Thanks for the lovely comment. Goodluck!
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