A good thing to see. Healthy Common Blue butterflies locked together on a trail in the Ramat Hanadiv reserve, just a shout and one-half from the baby blue Mediterranean Sea. It was March 2016, and following a moist enough Middle Eastern winter, these Israeli Polyomattus icarus juno butterflies were fulfilling the life’s mission for a normal Blue butterfly: Find a very suitable mate, and generate a new generation of Healthy Common blues.
He on the left, she on the right. Jeff there too, pleased with another boost to a very Good morning on a very productive trail.
Jeff who has completed his teaching, his real estate saga, and who daily Thanks G-d for enabling him to see the beauty, rich color and everyday meaning of this Amazing World.
2 thoughts on “Blue Connections in the HolyLand”
nothing at all common about these beauties….catching this moment of ensuring the continuation of the species brings hope for all the winged beauties so often overlooked..so glad we can count on you to monitor, photograph and present for all to enjoy!
Judgeva, I have thought that many times, Who?, Who chose to name them ‘Common Blue?’ Thank you for the kind words.
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