Walfred Photography

October Splendor

The hues of a renwed garden provide a perfect companion to aerial visitors. Perfect weather welcomed an abundance of Buckeye and Monarch butterflies, bees and minute no seeums (midges). Shot with a Nikon 100mm micro lens. No filters or editing.Monarch butterfly sups at an orange flower

A monarch butterfly stops to enjoy pollen from an orange flower. Following the butterfly on its journey is a swarm of midges (noseeums)
Two Monarchs side by side

Double delight: Two Monarch Butterflies side by side is not an everyday sight in the garden

Side view of Monarch butterfly landing on a bright orange flower

Autumn Hues: Shades of black and orange celebrate beautiful October weather.

Bumblebee on orange flower

A bumble bee adds a splash of black on this all orange flower
Bee and butterfly pollinate side by side

Let’s share! There’s enough pollen for both of us

This entry was published on October 4, 2018 at 6:37 am. It’s filed under Color, Flowers, Insects, Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.


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