Looking for meanings in words, images and sounds
Gorgeous! Your camera caught the chance meeting of two free spirits…
🙂 this is such a lovely thought 🙂 THANK YOU.
Great color Paula!
You’re welcome, you captured it quite well!
Lovely quote, Paula. Love that butterfly. 🙂
🙂 Thank you Adin 🙂 It is a lovely quote and so true ;). It is difficult to catch butterflies 😉
Beautiful shot and a true free spirit, even if she only lives up to a year…
And she spent a whole half hour of her short life with me 😀 🙂
A flying leopard among grass blades – lovely shot… 😉
😀 awwwww You did it again! (made me laugh) Thank you Drake, my friend!
Great detail Paula! Free spirit indeed with the absinthe green background!
Awww, thank you Patti … it is a nice contrast, I’ll admit to that 🙂
Beautiful entry Paula I love it 🙂
:))) Many thanks Jake!
Great picture and I love that line: “Just living is not enough” 🙂
🙂 Thank you Bashar!!! I love that quote too 😀
Your photos have been consistently stunning. I wonder if you took all of those from your recent getaway.
Yes, this one definitely was taken on my holiday 🙂 Thank you Sony!
It’s a very colorful little creature and a perfect subject, my only critique is that it’s slightly out of focus.
I know… the bugger would not stop flickering, and there is only so much that a powershot can do, but still it is my first captured butterfly ever 😀
That’s the problem with these free spirits: sometimes they refuse to sit still and smile, even if a photographer comes around.
Beautiful! I think the slight blur make it seem ethereal and perfect for the challenge 😀
I appreciate it Madhu 🙂 If I hadn’t liked it, I would never have posted it, even for the challenge sake 😉 Thank you for taking time to look at my pics. I am having some unusually hard days (work and health issues), but I want you to know that I will be looking at your posts once I have managed to catch some breath.
Great shot Paula! 🙂
Beautiful photo – so intense! I love the Hans Christian Andersen quote too 🙂
Thank you Anne! His quotes are really great 🙂
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