I am a British born, living in Canada. Moved from the countryside in June 2014 to an "Active Adult Community" which is a whole new way of life.
My blog is about all aspects of my daily life.
Flowers are beautiful on their own, but they're truly much more beautiful when there's a butterfly or a bee sniffing it's fragrance.My flower photo is now posted here. Have a great week ahead!
Beautiful flowers Gill and you've got some lovely visitors. Super photos. Are you getting over your travels yet? ;)
Good choice! Love them whem they have butterflies! Great shot!
The first plant is an Oleander bush - their flowers come in white, yellow, peach, pink and hot pink. And you're correct about the second one being dianthus. :)
Hi Gill,Lovely photos:o)Incase you don't read comments again , apple butter is made the same way,some I make plain ,some I put cinnamon in. Have a great wk.Blessins',Lib
Lovely flower photos!paz
The flowers are great, then you added butterflies and made them perfect.
Nice captures of the butterflies on the flowers. I just read Leah's comment. I thought they were oleanders but since you live in the north I figured they couldn't be. I forgot you had traveled. lol. I've read they are very poisonous if ingested.
These are both very pretty. I love that first one especially, it's such a soft and pretty color.
I love the last one - great capture of the butterfly on the flower!
The yellow oleander is beautiful and I like the pink dianthus. Good shots!My apologies if you get this twice. Senior moment caused me to forget to login. :)
Everywhere I see those gorgeous butterflies in other countries, but not here. I haven't seen one.Your photos are great!
Hi GillThat great moment, your photos are special, great job. I thank you for sharing with us so much beauty.Denise & Santilli - The team of Today's Flowers
Lovely plants, we call the dianthus "sweet william" too.
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