July 07, 2017  •  20 Comments


Three newborn Western Tiger Swallowtail butterflies (Papilio rutulus) paid us a visit to feed on one of our butterfly bushes and trumpet vines. Since they were newborn and hungry, they paid no attention to the pesky paparazzo, so I was able to get them from all sides — up and down, underneath, sideways, top, front, and back. 














T & L Photos
completely oblivious. Thanks, Julie!
Hey Tim they were absolutely oblivious to you being there .. they are so very pretty. Wonderful images :D
T & L Photos
Thanks, Lavinia!
Lavinia Ross(non-registered)
It was a toss up between the 1st and 4th shots, but the 4th is a great one for identification. They are all beautiful photos. :-)
T & L Photos
Thanks, Annett. I think it's hard to pick a favorite. They all work together as a series.
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