Friday, June 29, 2018

A Litlle Of Dis And Dat

Question Mark Butterfly landed on the dock where I was fishing. My mother always asked what I was doing, a little  of did and dat? Of course I said and much, much more!

  Dragonflies carry on their wings





              Messages just about anything





Fluttering on a gentle prairie breeze





Spreading happiness and harmony.



Giant Swallowtail
Foxglove

Father oriole



Oriole nest

Old badger looked out it's den
And with a special look said to me
Watch out if you get close
Otherwise I will let you be.
I'm still watching you 
Stargazer Lily
The Question Mark Butterfly is a member of the Angel Wing Family.
Sing to me, sing me a song of Love



Feeding oriole babies in a purse shaped nest.

17 comments:

  1. I don't think I've ever seen a badger....I wonder if we have them down here! Love to get out in nature and really enjoy your blog. I put you on my list of favs in my sidebar today! Well done!

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  2. Beautiful photographs as always. I, too was fascinated by the badger. I've never seen one, either. But I loved the oriole pictures, and I have a thing about dragonflies and butterflies. Lovely.

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  3. A round barn of brick. Very substantial.

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  4. You always have something new. I like the round barn. The storm clouds show me a butterfly.

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  5. Hi Steve - amazing clouds ... while the foxglove is not like the ones I know ... but I'm sure it's yours!! Stunning photos though of life as it comes along ... cheers Hilary

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  6. and why did the dog go crazy in the round barn?
    Also I've never seen a badger here in Bluff country but some of my farmer friends have. I still think they're very rare or only com out a night....

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  7. Interesting nests that the oriole builds

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  8. that cloudy sky looks like a crow.

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  9. Wow, awesome variety of photos. I love the birds and butterflies. The Oriole is a favorite. The Badger is a neat sighting. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Thanks also for the comment on my blog. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend.

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  10. This is a fantastic set of images, Steve. Birds, butterflies, dragonflies, gorgeous skies, and a round barn. Can't do much better than all that!

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  11. Beautiful photos. I loved the birds and bugs and the old red brick barn.

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  12. Is that a flicker? We had one try to drill a nest hole in our cabin wall. They can be very determined. - Margy

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  13. The building stood out for me this time. The animals are always cool, and that building was something different with them all.

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  14. Beautiful post! Loved every minute!

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  15. Another fun, beautiful post! Thank you!

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