Saturday, September 24, 2005

Daily Farm Photo: 9/24/05


Look What Flew Into My Photo

7 comments:

  1. am first oh dear...great colours

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  2. Good morning Schatzli!
    So nice to have you back online. Have a wonderful weekend!

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  3. Morning farmgirl --
    What a pretty visitor you had. Missed a few days again -- been sick and busy. Hope you have a beautiful weekend.

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  4. Goodmorning, DD!

    Save me some zennia seeds, please! What a beatiful photo!

    Hugs,
    BB

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  5. ooooooh!!! flowers and butterflies?
    That is too much mt dear, you just can't be allowed to have such a great photo up!

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  6. Hi Heather,
    Thank you. Hope you're feeling better and are having a beautiful weekend, too.

    Hi BB,
    I will definitely save you some zinnia seeds!

    Hi Clare,
    Well, I was only planning on taking a picture of the flower, but as I stood there, camera poised and ready to click, that butterfly landed right in my photo! So of course I snapped a picture, and then I tried to get another one when it spread its wings, but what I ended up with was what I'd orginally planned to capture, which now seems so plain without the butterfly!

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  7. Wonderful shot! (and I understand that butterflies are very good luck) And I agree - the photo without the butterfly is lovely, but the one with the butterfly is so much more dynamic.

    -Elizabeth

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