When we lived in Illinois, there was a butterfly bush right outside our large living room window. I enjoyed seeing butterflies, hummingbird moths, bees, and other critters up close and personal and of course, taking photos through the window. πŸ™‚

Life in Colour: kaleidoscope

Comments
  1. restlessjo says:

    What nice clean windows you’ve got! Smiling at you through them.

  2. Forestwood says:

    Wonderful. You captured the moment well! I was entranced by the markings on the wings/

  3. Dan Antion says:

    I think the title says it all.

  4. peggy says:

    I have a butterfly bush the same color that is pictured here. The photo you posted is beautiful.

  5. What a beautiful sighting! I’d miss that bush. I miss my old Lantana bush for the same reason.

    • We have lantana here as well. I miss the lilac bushes that we had in both Ohio and Illinois, too. They didn’t attract as many insects (at least that I could see) but their scent was wonderful.

  6. Well HELLO THERE! After a 2 year break – I’m back blogging on a new platform and started from scratch! I’m so glad I found your blog again (thru Hannah’s comment section! This photo of a monarch is absolutely gorgeous, btw! Swing by my new place and leave your link in comments and I will add you to my blogroll again πŸ™‚

  7. Ally Bean says:

    We have a butterfly bush. Your photo reminds of warmer days, and how pretty those bushes are.

  8. What a lovely view! So colourful too!

  9. Andrew Blair says:

    So lucky and how beautiful

  10. Resa says:

    That was taken through a window! Amazing!
    Also, clean windows! πŸ˜€

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