Weekly Photo Challenge: Structure

This week’s photo challenge pretty much fell into my lap this morning, as I ventured out to my local fantastic gardens, nearby Longwood. The sprawling ~100 acre meadow garden is only a fraction of the entire gardens, but the most dynamic from having a very unique ecological design and most excellent connection with nature.

This morning was a butterfly kind of  morning. Granted, now’s the time when Monarch Butterflies make an astounding migration trek to Mexico for the winter. So, as I see them flutter by, I can wish them safe travels south!

For The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge, Structure.



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    1. Thank you! The butterflies really handed themselves to me today 😉

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  1. mz&cho says:

    Can feel the light velvety hair of the butterfly through the photos! Astounding!

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    1. Thank you – it is amazing to see them up close by way of photography!

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  2. Shibin Dinesh says:

    Beautiful pics! Appreciating nature is always refreshing!

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  3. Wow, what a day! And so much interesting info. Isn’t Mexico really far from you? 😮 I never knew that about butterflies! My favourite is the blue one, and what a photo of it!

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    1. Indeed Mexico is about 2500 miles from here! Amazing isn’t it? Between the Monarchs (and several other butterfly species), and also many birds, the feat of migration is astounding!

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