A gently fading hydrangea provides food and temporary cover for a butterfly which is camouflaged against it. Butterflies give themselves away by fluttering, which is no doubt what drew me to this one.
I’m sharing this for Becky’s January Squares – my word is alight. Her submission today is a wonderful twilight – don’t miss it!
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Love the way the soft light brings out the delicate colours and details of the butterfly and the hydrangea. 🙂
You’re right – nice, soft, flat light is a welcome treat when we’re trying to take pictures of flowers.
Beautifully camouflaged … I adore hydrangeas
So do I. 🙂
That butterfly looks like it was cut from jade stone.
A very thin slice!
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