A snowbird shows photos from southwest Florida and southern New England and other places he goes.
So pretty, the markings are perfectly symmetric, love the zebra stripes. Beautifully shown Jack, I don't think we have a butterfly spot in our botanic garden.. must check!
These are lovely!
You swing from portrait to macro photography with the ease of a butterfly.Well done, Jack !
These are really amazing shots. It's really great to have the butterflies in a botanical garden so that you can have many of them in one place to photograph.MersadMersad Donko Photography
very pretty and warming, it's freezing here!
When the botanical garden opens it's spring butterfly pavilion, we have those Julia's and the Zebras in huge numbers. But then, they get all their butterflies from Florida so that makes sense.
A few excellent examples of macro photography!
Oh, these are SO beautiful, Jack, and your captures are superb!! Love the detail and the colors! What a great way to start my day!! Thank you!!
I guess you know your 'flies.
That orange Julia is a pretty thing, Jack! Butterfly houses are such magical places!
The top one is attractive, so many 'eyes' to warn off predators.
What a great place. Wonderful specimens.
They are beautiful shot and not always easy to capture with a camera.
Lovely pictures. I never wanted to spend winters in Florida until this year. It's been so cold in Virginia!
These are super. You've got me looking forward to when our butterflies start to emerge in a few months' time.
As light as air , as beautiful as flowers !
I agree with Kate. Even when you find butterflies they're not always cooperative. But maybe in the warmth of Naples they relax those gorgeous wings more. Wonderful shots.
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