Pictures from Phoenix and sometimes from the surrounding cities that make up the "Valley of the Sun"
Such delicate markings, amazing!
These are both delightful critters. Sometimes the markings make it look like they've got eyes in the back of their back, so to speak.Have a great time wither thou goest!
Your second butterfly looks like it has false eyes near its tail, which are evidently designed to cause predators to attach the tail and not the head.
I didn't even know there were so many kinds of butterflies. Have a nice time!
Nice bit of detective work there Sharon :)The markings on butterflies are unbelievably intricate and beautiful, it's such a shame that they have such a short life span.
I'm not an butterfly expert, but both are very nice, great photos, Sharon!P.S. Have a nice time!
These are both beautiful. Love the photos because you can really take a good look at them. When they are flitting about you can't really see the markings.
They are both so beautiful!
Such beautiful delicate creatures of flight! Peace be with you! Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart
They are both so beautiful.
The name of the butterfly in the top photo certainly is appropriate.
Great butterfly shots! Trying to catch up with my blogger friends!
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