Wednesday, July 07, 2010

Wednesday Farm Photo: Not Perfect

Butterfly on Screened Porch
But Still Pretty

You'll find lots more winged beauty here.


  1. looks like a bird took a nom out of him!

  2. Mary from Madison7/08/2010 2:45 PM

    If beauty is perfection, we humans are out of luck. The lines of my grandmother's face might be seen by some as lacking perfection. Yet to me there was nothing more lovely.

  3. That picture is absolutely beautiful!!

  4. Hey Susan, I pulled something in my neck this weekend & thought, "I wonder how farmgirl's neck is doing & if PC time is still as painful?" Hopefully it is getting better for you. I made those ginger/pear muffins this weekend, delish as always!

  5. there are two ways to look at this. the best is "she or he made it though and is alive another day."

  6. Great pic! Enjoyed a first visit.

    Come see me.

  7. The imperfection makes it more beautiful, I think!


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