We’re now in our North Macon, Georgia a full year, having moved in on March 31, 2020, during the heart of the Covid-19. Our home is pleasingly decorated, although there are severals wall that are ready for decorative pictures.
There are 3 or 4 of our wingedfbeauty.com images that I want to turn into 8 x 10 prints. This image of the Northern Pearly-Eye Butterfly is one of them. That I was able to approach this skittish butterfly species was a Miracle. That this one remained in place, in that dappled early morning light another Miracle, and that it was 99.9% fresh yet an additional Miracle. The Nichol Road Trail at Raccoon Creek State Park in southwestern Pennsylvania, a 45-minute drive from Pittsburgh, my home for those 27 years.
Many have been wonderfully loyal these more than 10 years, and I wonder which of our pics you’ve enjoyed? Has there been one that so pleased you . . . that you recall it? I have several in mind, to have printed and archival framed, to enjoy for my duration. I am open to learning of any that You prefer.
Not sure I’ll get responses, but I do want to find out. I do.
2 thoughts on “A Skittish Butterfly Species found on Nichol Road in Raccoon Creek State Park”
Hi Jeff! I’m Aygun from Walsh Honda! I love this photo! if you decide to make prints, I’d like to purchase one for my office!
Thanks Aygun. This image IS one of my favs. Glad you visited wingedbeauty.com.
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