Weekly Weather: Spring

Flowers blooming in my backyard during spring time…  No wonder butterflies, bees, and birds are dancing all day long, feeling excited!

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Nature

Nobody can create nature, only God can…  That’s one of the reasons why I pick up the camera and go shooting!

These are some photos I picked from my album…  Can you figure out where I took?

Hope you like them… 🙂

Yellow Orange

Don’t know whether these butterflies were attracted by the color of the oranges or their taste…  🙂l1310457-cissia-penelope

Insect

I started to appreciate more on God’s creation since I learned photo-shooting butterflies…

The Yellow Costers (Acraea issoria) have whole lifespan only by days from eggs to caterpillars to cocoons to butterflies.  However, they are beautiful…

We don’t have to live long…  We need to enjoy our lives God planned for us!  Shouldn’t we?

 

Orange

Orange is easy to find everyday…  It’s one of my favorite fruits as well.

I’m not the only one,  these butterflies in Peru love oranges too…

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One Word Photo Challenge: Contrast

Contrast can be big and small, black and white, old and new…  Today I’ll choose green and red.

This little Emesis mandana attracted me because of its red colour in the greens during my trip in Peru.

Hope you like it…:)l1340364-emesis-mandana

 

Hot Summer in Hong Kong…

The summer in Hong Kong this year is so hot…  We went out early in the morning trying to take some photos for the butterflies, they don’t even want to come out.

You folks can feel the temperate from these photos…:)

Romantic Moment…

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Let me take a wedding picture for you two…

What a romantic moment…  This picture was taken in Hinode Park of Furano in Hokkaido. This park is a famous place for taking wedding pictures for brides and bridegrooms.

Romantic Love Story

It’s the season for Yellow Coster to ensure their lives can be continued from generation to generation…  What a romantic mission!

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To find more photos of Yellow Coster, please visit  Life Cycle of Yellow Coster.

New Hope…

After the trip to Phnom Penh, I went to the forest of southern Thailand to take photos for butterflies…  Comparing to the human extermination of Tuol Sleng, I found the nature gave us more new hope…  Don’t you think so?