Gardening and living in beautiful San Antonio
Beautiful! You're lucky to live where there are so many butterflies!
Love this so much!
Shirley, you live in such wonderful climate, warm and sunny and full of butterflies!
Always love it when you do this effect!
I posted a bit more about how I did this one in the last comment.
You brightened this dark and gloomy day.
Beautiful! Did you count them?
Super cute effect! Like the orange and purple combo
Beautiful movements of butterflies...
Awesome indeed. If only my garden had *half* your butterflies . . . .
We live on the butterfly migration route which makes it a lot easier to attract them.
wow this is amazing...just love it!!!
Fun! Did you do that on VINE?
It's the Awesome Motion program in Google+ Picasaweb.
Shirley: This is soooo beautiful! I wish I lived in Texas right now!
Thank you all for your kind comments. The program used here is "Awesome Motion" and is part of the Google+/Picasaweb photo editor.I wrote about the technique in August.http://rockoakdeer.blogspot.com/2013/08/howd-she-do-that-hummingbird-in-motion.htmlThis time I used a tripod and set the camera for multiple exposures. There are more than thirty frames in this one--about three times the number I usually do.
Oh, wow. You had a nice showing of butterflies this year. It looks like mostly queens. I had quite a few monarchs and queens when the Liatris was in bloom. They did not linger on the Gregg's mistflower as late as they usually do. I wonder if they know something we don't?
There was one Monarch in the mix that day but I don't think it made the photos. The most at any one time so far is five and I did notice Monarchs are not as attracted to the Gregg's mistflower as the Queens are. The Queens would also chase them away.
Wonderful, I always enjoy seeing the Monach butterflies. We had them pass thru our area here inthe SC mountains about a month ago. We have the ladybugs by the thousands now!I love your gardens, great pictures. check out my blog sometime,
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