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

How To Plant Your Own Post for Flower Friday:
The only rule to play is that you can only add one link per week! The post doesn't even have to mention flowers, but only ones that do will be eligible for being picked as a feature next time. I will be sharing my flower image on other blog hops, namely Floral Friday Fotos and Wordless Wednesday, and welcome all family-friendly links from fellow bloggers. Crafters can even link up an Etsy listing or other shop product!

Please follow my blog through any of the social media icons in the upper right sidebar to receive a reminder to return next month. Adding my button or a text link to your own blog and sharing to your followers is also a fairy appreciated way to help my hop grow.

Flower Friday

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7 comments :

  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!

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  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

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  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. ;)

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

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

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous day. ♥

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