in Science & Nature Love It Monarch Butterflies – some photos. by Pamela Moresby May 6, 2020, 3:54 am 71 Views 13 Votes 24 Comments Share Tweet Pin Monarch Butterflies are a lovely butterfly and here are 2 old photos. The Monarch Caterpillars seem sad but when they hatch as butterflies and fly, they have an expression of pure joy and love of life. Taken in January 2016 #1 Share Share on PinterestShare on FacebookShare on Twitter MoreReport so beautiful butterfly 🙂 1 Log in to Reply Glad you like the butterfly Hamza, thanks. Log in to Reply Oh yes they do, Filled with the joie de vivre 1 Log in to Reply So true, the butterflies have taught me a lot. How to be happy, content with what you have and to accept life’s limitations. Log in to Reply Perfect framing and shot. Amazing colors on those flowers too. Log in to Reply Read LaterAdd to FavouritesAdd to CollectionReport What do you think? 13 points Upvote Downvote Share Tweet Pin Written by Pamela Moresby 24 Comments Leave a Reply A very beautiful picture and a very beautiful butterfly Log in to Reply We also have these species in South Africa. 1 Log in to Reply That is really interesting to know, thanks Bradley I had no idea. Monarchs must be in a lot of countries. Log in to Reply Beautiful photos. I love butterflies, but you don’t see as many of them around these days as there used to be. My favourite are peacocks. Log in to Reply A beautiful butterfly. Do you also have butterflies in your new home? Log in to Reply Wow I adore them. I envy you for being able to photograph them. I have never met these beauties. Log in to Reply I hope you see these beauties soon at your new home. They are a favorite. Log in to Reply Thanks, now I know the name of the butterfly. It’s a lovely butterflies. I like them.unlike moths. Log in to Reply I love seeing them. I have more blue flowers than yellow and red, so I only see them out in the field by the house. I do have a lot of bees I can take pictures of. lol Again, that is one great photo, you should have it framed. Log in to Reply Are there as many Monarchs in the new home? I remember the wonderful pictures and stories of you raising them! 1 Log in to Reply Well, not many Monarch butterflies here, my garden needs to be established here and that is not going to be easy. Planting appropriate plants for food and flowers is the best way to get Monarch butterflies. 1 Log in to Reply Thanks so much Doc for your kind comments. 1 Log in to Reply you are most welcome!!!! Log in to Reply i hope you get many! I loved your pictures of them on their journey from caterpillar to majestic butterfly!!!!! Log in to Reply It is wonderful. We don’t have it here. I would love to see when they migrate! 1 Log in to Reply The only place Monarchs go to in New Zealand for our winter is to certain trees to clump together. Thanks so much Ileana Log in to Reply Great capture, brings of the joy of life . 1 Log in to Reply Butterflies are happy creatures and give me much joy to rear Log in to Reply Thanks so much Dawn, you are right. Log in to Reply waooo that’s really creative post pam!!!!!! 1 Log in to Reply Thanks so much Hamza, while editing my photos, saw these beauties in my files and decided to share them. Log in to Reply I have this butterfly in my garden but not this size. Beautiful!! 1 Log in to Reply Thanks Grace, Monarch butterflies can be small or large. Largest one I had a 4 inch wing span 1 Log in to Reply That must have been a real beauty. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.