Exquisite detail! I love coneflowers and as you show, so do the butterflies. 🙂
I love how the monarch seems to belong there. It matches.
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Thanks Donna! Right timing. 😊
Wow, these are very beautiful photos, Amy!! 🌺🌺🌺
Wonderful photos of coneflower! Beautiful shot! 💐
great pictures especially this of the butterfly.
Thanks and wishing you a happy weekend
The Fab Four of Cley
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Thank you, FFOC! I’m always encouraged by yoour visit and comment. 🙂
I love the many moods of his flower and you showed that with only a handful of photos – pretty awesome how you did that!
The lower petals in the first shot and the flatter feel in the second and then! That butterfly and all the connection flowers have with the world is felt
Thank you for stopping by! Appreciate you taking time to give me thoughtful comment. 🙂
Beautiful Amy 🙂
Beautiful captures, Amy.
Thank you, Greta. Right now, they are growing well. They may not like the continous heat…
Wonderful images Amy 👏
Lovely images, especially with the added touch of the monarch.
Cornflower looks a lot like echinacea, are they related?
Thank you, Arati! I googled echinacea, they are related.:)
Each photo kept getting better and better. Your last photo with the butterfly is a masterpiece 😀
Appreciate you compliment, Cee!
Oh so lovely to see your coneflower series, Amy. And delightful to see the monarch on the last one.
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Happy to share the monarch capture with you. Conflowers are growing well here. 🙂
Lovely, Amy. One of my favourite plants – and one I can’t keep for long because of slugs.
Thank you, Tish. Oh, slugs…
They are growing well here under the sun. 🙂
Your photos are gorgeous Amy! Especially yhe last one!
Thank you, Aletta! 🙂
These are glorious!
In my part of the world that butterfly would be called a common tiger. I suppose it is a monarch in your stamping grounds. Both are genus Danaus
Common tiger, good to know. Thank you for sharing your knowledge, IJ!
Beautiful shots, Amy 😃
Beautiful picture of Coneflower. I’ve never heard of the name.
Love the clarity
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