First Red Admiral Butterfly 2012

Friday, April 27, 2012

Red Admiral

This is my first Red Admiral in the yard, yes it is! I looked it up on this website, and read the description of it. She was not a large one but rather smaller than the information was given!

Beautiful and Colorful Butterfly

 She spreads her wing, and enjoys full sun on a bed of flowers!


Like the white butterfly, which I couldn't identify just yet, there were lots of chasing and teasing going on, but this red admiral thought that she could fool me with a similar patterns and colors on the ledge of my window. She almost blended in with this surrounding!

Collage of Red Admiral
I am happy to get a few pictures! Chasing butterflies was so much fun, but I should go visiting the butterfly house though, as I got quite exhausted after the chase and the sneaking around games :-)

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10 comments:

  1. I believe I captured the same kind of butterfly on my lilac bush! Oh neat is that?!

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  2. Great shots...I haven't seen any butterflies yet...I think it is a bit too chilly. Maybe Jo has them all at the Botanical Garden!

    My Camera Critter is at:

    http://rnsane.blogspot.com/2012/04/camera-critters-212-little-boy.html

    Hope you are having a great weekend.

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  3. You did a good job chasing and shooting!

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  4. love seeing butterflies, bringing so much joy around. i can relate to the exhaustion chasing them :) haha, but you got some really great ones.

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  5. They can be very difficult to capture. You did wonderfully!

    Thank you for sharing at YSB this week, dear!

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  6. ... a fantastic and wonderful series of photos ...
    Best regards, Karin

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  7. Butterflies don't seem to realize that we want to capture them only with our cameras, not our nets.

    Nicely done.

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  8. It is not easy to capture butterflies, you did well! There were many butterflies this april, hope also for the summer for more photos.

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  9. Hi Icy, I don't know if it's just my server, but Beyond Zephyr is taking a long time to load for me today.

    You know I love butterflies. This one is amazing.

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  10. Nice! We have quite a few up here in New England this year. And Question Marks, too. I've never seen so many.

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