Comment On This Monarch Head Spinner?

Monarch butterfly on Tithonia with intense blue sky, photographed by Jeff Zablow at Butterflies and Blooms in the Briar Patch Habitat I, Eatonton, GA

Taken in Virginia’s Butterflies & Blooms Briar Patch Habitat, we want to know what you think when you view it? Shot with Fuji Velvia ASA 50 film. Not PhotoShopped. A Fine Georgia day in the Piedmont.

Please do share what you think when you view this in mid-February?

What’s your thinking upon seeing this?

Do let all of us know, by completing a ‘Comment.’

Jeff . . . Who very much hopes to enjoy a Minimum of 20 ‘Comments.’

3 thoughts on “Comment On This Monarch Head Spinner?

  1. We have Monarchs all year round here in Central FL. But fir whatever reason this image takes me back up north to Wisconsin. Snow I. The forecast and several months away from seeing any butterflies. It is where you start planning any changes to your garden in hopes of attracting more butterflies. It just reminds me of the many photos I took both good and bad that helped me through those cold months. Here in FL I still look fir the king of butterflies and hope we can help them with our gardening practices here and to encourage more people to plant for our winged jewels of flight

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  2. She’s a head turner! Love the rich colors. There’s something about Monarchs that make you do a double take. And you caught that essence with this pic.

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  3. I long to get home and plant more milkweed this spring. my Joe Pye attracts monarchs, friends comment on how much they love seeing them. Yours is a beauty!
    Here in FL. they ‘raise ‘ monarchs in enclosures – that seems like cheating to a native plant gardener like me.

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