Sunday, October 5, 2008

Butterflies and Bees Share

This is a skipper of some kind on Verbena Bonariensis:
American Painted Ladies and bees on Goldenrod (Wichita Falls?) west of shed.  
Lots of bees on Aster.
Sulpher and bees sharing.
Painted Ladies again, and lots of bees.
Isn't he/she pretty?


  1. I followed you here from GardenWeb Forum so I could see your blog, glad I did, it is very nice. Your pictures are beautiful.

  2. Hi sunday girl,
    What is your garden web name? I see you are new at this, too. I am still trying to figure things out. I don't know why my latest post has some of the words underlined.

    Thank you for the nice comment.


  3. Nice.One picture is as beautiful as the other.

  4. Thanks Becky,
    I just tried to be creative and put some pics on different sides of the page, and it looked great when I was putting it together, but when I posted it,most of the words were at the bottom. It took awhile for me to figure out how to delete it, and it may take 24 hours for it to be deleted. I may try again later.

  5. Awesome photos specially the butterfly one, it seems to shimmer in the sunlight.
    I also have trouble etting the wrods to match the right photos, you have done really well.

  6. Thank you, Glennis! I just need to keep my pics in the center, and then put the words above them. It's not creative, but the words go with the pics that way. Maybe I'll learn something new in the future.

  7. Beautiful pictures from your corner garden. You are doing great with your blog. Keep up the good work. It is a pleasure to come here for a visit.



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