Every Butterfly Is a New Beginning

Butterfly_A. Alexander

Ulysses Butterflies, Queensland, Australia

Happy Spring, Happy Easter.

 

 

Photo credit:Β  Athena Alexander

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55 thoughts on “Every Butterfly Is a New Beginning

  1. Oh how I love butterflies. It’s also one of my mom’s faves and a symbol between me and my grandma that I was very close to and has passed away. A symbol or sign that is shown by her to the day lol

  2. Stunning! I always get giddy when I start seeing butterflies for the year. We are planting many native and wild species in our yard just for them. Happy Easter, Jet! Have a blessed weekend.

    • The Ulysses butterfly is so big that when you see one out of the corner of your eye, you wonder if it’s a bird. Thanks for stopping by dear Nan, and have yourself a warm and peaceful holiday weekend. πŸ™‚

  3. You said it all in your title Jet Dear!Wonderful couple with showy wings,loved the iridescent electric blue colour!Happy Spring and Happy Easter to you too πŸ™‚ ✿ β™‘

    • Hi Doda~~When you spot one of these beauties in your presence, everything else ceases to exist. That’s how magical they are. So glad to share them with you, my friend. I am hoping you have a fantastic Easter celebration. πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

      • Loved them,really loved them,Jet Dear!
        Nikos Kazantzakis (1883 – 1957),one of the most important Greek writers, poets and philosophers of the 20th century,used to say that extreme Beauty is unbearable … That’s how I felt,when I saw the photo of the spectacular Ulysses-couple!
        I am still on my Easter Holidays,came back for a while;I’ll post something quickly,play catch up a bit,and I’m leaving again.Next week,from the 22nd of April,I will start regularly visiting my favourite blogs.
        All the very best to you my wonderful friend πŸ™‚ β™‘(β— β€Ώβ— βœΏ) xxx

      • Oh dearest Doda, how very kind of you to drop by on your holiday. Please enjoy yourself and know that I am grateful for your friendship. πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

  4. Nature is such a gorgeous place to lose yourself. I enjoy the woods. When there, I love the butterflies as they hover over my head and sometimes land on my arm. They’re so gentle and loving.

    Your feature photos are simply breathtaking, Jet. Thanks so much for sharing!

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