Tag: Butterfly

  • Caterpillar


    #insects Chomping away at a fresh green leaf till its time for bed time expect to see him hanging on the red-brown branch till its time to prise himself out of his sleeping bag if you watch – you’ll notice something different about him lovely coloured wings with lots of patterns on them as he […]

  • Expansion of a moment

    #writeclub #napowrimo cheers to Kizzy @ writeclub for providing the prompt Like the colours of the morning sun it awakens, telling its friends and neighbours gracefully that its time to get up hopping and dancing from tree to tree in its search for lunch looking in each flowers trumpet for yummy nectar

  • flutter


    #fowc #flutter For a short while – the humble butterfly leaps and lands on the colourful flowers until its time to rest the tiny little eggs it leaves on the leaves of green will eventually turn into caterpillars who will return like their mum and dad to continue all over again

  • Outrageous Orange

    If anyone saw your recklessness bounding from flower to flower pinching the finest nectar from each one I’m pretty sure – they’d be shocked no wonder the bees are fed up but people see your pale orange wings and just smile not knowing you’ve just done a heist in the garden

  • Butterfly in the Garden

    Butterfly in the Garden

    Bringing a flash of colour from the movement of its wings the sight of them landing on the greens oh what joy it brings like windows of brightness they appear on the green having grown from caterpillars mostly unseen with wings translucent it passes by it brings to the watcher a smile who watches as […]

  • Things with two Ts

    #CFFC #LetterT Challenge for the Letter T entry was a little different – any photo but must have two Ts in the title So as i pondered over some buttered toast , i considered what sort of images i could use I like butterflies, i like the coloured patterns on their wings I took this picture of […]

  • Turquoise Blue

    Turquoise Blue

    A tale of a turquoise butterfly To some , who watch you under a binoculars lenses – your winged colours reflect a wonderful green-blue iridescence quite breath-taking at both day and night usually the watcher would spend an age in their hide only coming out to grab an instant photograph on their camera something to […]

  • Butterfly


    Salford, 28th July 2016   Butterfly by Brian F Kirkham   Born from a tiny little egg the caterpillar emerges eating every leaf of green it moves each every single leg as it eats and growth it surges till one day it hides away – to return with wings it hides away unseen and then the moment […]