Thursday, January 2, 2020

Pollinator Garden Photo: Wounded Wings in Milton

Wounded Butterfly Photo by Aquariann
Has it really been almost a year and a half since I last blogged here? Times flies, whether you're having fun or not!

Don't get me wrong, I have had a lot of fun in my absence. But, just like this beautiful butterfly I met in the Pollinator Preserve in historic Milton, my wings were wounded and it took me awhile to fly again. Or perhaps flutter is a better word. I still hover low enough to occasionally crash into things.

In any case, my monthly goal is to upload a new flower photo to my Fine Art America gallery and blog about it here for Flower Friday. Happy New Year!

Featured Flower Picks:
Dogwood Blossoms Photo by Jesh Serruria Flowering Plant by Melbourne Australia Photos Hibiscus Bloom Photo by @shijuvenate
Dogwood BlossomsSerruria PlantHibiscus Bloom


  1. Yay to the survivor! Always love to see butterflies with torn wings. They tell a story of victory over evil. Hope the new year brings joy and better health to you.
    PS: Many thanks for the feature. I am delighted!

  2. Everybody has a story, even if you can't see it on the outside. I'm glad you're back and hope things get better and better for you, even if you have a wonky wing like your butterfly :)

    My Corner of the World

  3. Kristin,

    What vibrant color for winter! It'll be away before we see blooming flowers or butterflies again but I do, it'll be a welcome sight! Thanks for visiting yesterday, my dear. I hope the new year is treating you well. ;)

  4. Hi there, long time no see. Glad your back.

  5. A beautiful butterfly indeed. Wounded wing or not.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous day. ♥

  6. oooo, i am too late 😮
    Happy wordless wednesday! 🤗

  7. It always gives me such joy when old friends re-connect - have a wonderful new year - look forward to seeing more of your beautiful posts in the days to come! :-)


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