Sulphur butterflies are always in my summer garden. Snapped this one last year as it visited the butterfly bush in Dustin’s garden.
Hoping to see more soon. It will be later in the season when it heats up a bit before the butterflies arrive. They love the heat and sunshine.
Sharing with Kim’s Color Crazy Challenge.
Seen any butterflies this year yet?
Spring will be here soon I hope, right?
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I love your butterfly pictures.
Thank you so much, all from Dustin’s garden.
We had some Springlike weather earlier in the week, but today it is snowing.
We have warm weather and rain for now.
But now I think spring is here, dear Carol …. butterflies are already flying around happily …. today we have 20 degrees just for the weekend, they predict a significant chill
Good for you. We have another week before the weather says spring.
i haven’t seen any on the walk yet, but we are watching!
They like the heat, so it will be awhile here.
i think I am in the same temperate zone as you so a while for me as well
70s today and the humidity is up. Yuck!
i turned the furnace off so going to open the windows
This one and the cabbage butterfly are so common here. I had this as my google plus profile picture for a long time.
Yes they are common here as well, and I love them all.
I have never seen such butterflies but this one is so beautiful
They are very common but I still enjoy seeing all of the butterflies. I love his tattered wings. He has a story to tell.
A beautiful butterfly. I already saw them in my garden.
Glad you are seeing them, it will be a little longer here.
Wow, this is gorgeous! Spring is slowly coming here.
Thanks, we have spring soon but cold weather the weekend.
Love the butterfly photo very much. Just awesome
Thank you, this is a very common butterfly here.
Well we are officially autumn here and it is getting cooler but it is also still drought and no rain yet. Expecting rain this weekend according to the weather forecasters..
If they say,” Isolated showers then they really don’t know!”
Take care and enjoy your autumn Pam.