6 Images That I Love

Tawny Hackberry butterfly photographed by Jeff Zablow at Raccoon Creek State Park, PAMourning Cloak Butterfly photographed by Jeffrey Zablow in TorontoQuestion Mark butterfly photographed by Jeff Zablow at Raccoon Creek State ParkJeff Zablow and his dog, Petra photographed by Jenny Jean PhotographyCattle on Mt. Hermon, Israel photographed by Jeff Zablow, 6/16/08Jeff photographing Georgia's Butterflies and Blooms in the Briar Patch

winged beauty.com will stop posting. The last day that we will share with you will be April 30, 2021. Those 12 years? I Loved them.

Some of you have gone, some have begun visiting recently, some have been with us for these wonderful years.

There are images that I Love more than I can explain. Fortunately, there are more than 3 or 4 beloved images. Most of them are images of butterflies or images related to shooting butterflies.

The top row (3 images) all talk to me.  The image with Petra, priceless, especially now that she is struggling with age. The image on the peak of Mt. Hermon in the HolyLand? That’s Syria in the background, and tens of thousand of people who were down there then, in 2008 were killed or fled. The rightmost image of the 2nd row? Me. Very much me.

We’ll share images again today and tomorrow.

Then I want to once again Thank Carolyn Speranza for masterfully maintaining and sharpening wingedbeautu.com, and for putting up with my tech-challenged self.

You? Thanks so much. We never reached the 50,000 Followers plateau, but You are here, and all of you who are Special, So Very Special Esthetes.


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