83 comments on “when BUTTERFLIES don’t fly agile as it should be

  1. what gorgeous photos Muhammad…the colours are so vibrant. I see your granddaughter has found another friend…thank you for the interesting information!

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    • Thanks a lot, Heather. You can try to be close to Butterfly. I am sure they are around you. My granddaughter seems to have better feeling that the other butterflies will perch at the same place, Now she met a green one.🙂

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    • Yes we do have many species around here, and I guess thousands of them found in the whole country. There are still many other species frequently comes throughout the day or just pass by my house because the garden doesn’t have flowers they like. Thank you very much for your nice words,Ron.🙂

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  2. Thank you for the beautiful post. in reading what you wrote and in looking at your photos I learned things that I did not know about butterflies. I am studying the Western Scrub Jay in Ashland, OR, USA. I have been taking notes and studying online about their behavior. I have been feeding them and one jay comes within an inch of my hand to take peanuts. It has taken me an entire year of patience in waiting for this experience.

    Your photography is beautiful.

    Many blessings!

    ~Gerean Pflug for The Animal Spirits

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    • Hi Gerean, I am glad you like my post and thank you so much for your wonderful words. It sounds very interesting that you have been experienced with the wild Scrub Jay, The pretty bird. You are a great Poet, I guessed. Many blessing to you too and look forward to read your post.

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    • Thank you very much, Sheryl. Yes they are and I am still hunting photo of the rest which are more beautiful than others on my post. whilst I am still studying on how to approach them. Have a great day🙂

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    • Hi Elle, Thank you so much. It is so wonderful of you. I am most honored and delighted that you have nominated me on this “Versatile Blogger Award”. Congratulation for your deserved. I wish you all the best and look forward to having an adventure on your gorgeous blog.🙂

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  3. What a treat – you really have such beautiful butterflies there – and such variety. And the gray one, with its subtle shadings of soft colors, is as beautiful as the rest. I look forward to more! thank you!

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  4. Oh my gosh, beautiful photography…just love. I will assume you are the photographer…might I do a little more reading on your blog. But, wow, just amazing !! Nice to meet you and thank you so much for liking one of my posts !!

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  5. What beautiful photos. I was amazed by the brilliant butterflies I saw while living in Taiwan. Sadly, I haven’t yet made it to Indonesia. What a wonderful site you have! I can’t wait to see more.🙂

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    • Hi Jessica, Thank you so much for visiting my blog. I am very delighted and so glad to meet you. I look forward to visiting your blog as soon as possible. I am preparing to post some other butterflies that I have not posted before. Best wishes

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  6. Lovely photos and interesting information! Thank you for sharing. And what is the secret in photographing them? have you found which flowers they prefer? Or do you still have to run around chasing them?😉

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    • As I noticed, not all butterflies like flowers. Many kinds of them just feed from the dews on the leaves or water from run off. The secret is a patient. Stay closely to where it perched, it will be back in few minutes. mostly fly away and return to the same place 5 – 20 times a day. certain butterflies feed perching on with still and spread it wings, others close them and or by keep flicking over the flowers. Amazing, isn’t it ? Early morning is best time (I can say sluggish hours), mid day very agile and 10am – 15 pm matting time too (when they found the couple). You don’t need to run around chasing them anymore.😉

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