Archive for the ‘Two-Tailed Sallowtail Butterfly’ Category

Two-Tailed Swallowtail — Photo Essay   2 comments

Nature’s beauty is a gift that cultivates appreciation and gratitude.

— Louie Schwartzberg

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Two-Tailed Swallowtail — Photo Essay by kenne

 

 

Two-tailed Swallowtail Butterfly Art   2 comments

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Two-tailed Swallowtail Butterfly Grunge Art by kenne

Do not go gentle into that good night
but rage, rage against the dying of the light.

— Dylan Thomas

 

The State Butterfly Of Arizona   2 comments

SCVN Nature Walk 08-08-12Two-Tailed Swallowtail Butterfly Art by kenne

I remember the first time I saw a swallowtail, trying to capture the details of this large attractive butterfly as it fluttered by. That was many years ago. Since moving to southern Arizona, I have photographed many, and one of the things I have noticed is that they seem to be attracted to purple flowers.

I continue to be fascinated by this beautiful creature, often taking some my photos and turning them into art like the above image. This art was created from a photographed I took in August 0f 2012.

Vladimir Nabokov wrote in his novel, Lolita, of the “splendid, pale yellow creature with black blotches, blue crenels and a cinnabar eyespot above each chrome-filled black tail.”

— kenne

Catch Me If You Can   Leave a comment

Two-Tailed Butterfly-1107 art blogCatch Me If You Can (Two-tailed Swallowtail) — Image by kenne

Catch me if you can,

Being on the run symbol —

immigrant outcasts.

— kenne

Butterfly Grunge Art   1 comment

SCVN Nature Walk 08-08-12Butterfly Grunge Art by kenne

Butterfly and Flower Art   2 comments

Southern California September 2012Butterfly and Flower Art — Computer Art by kenne

We love butterflies

Deciding among flowers

This one or that one.

— kenne

Flight   3 comments

Two-Tailed Swallowtail Butterflies (1 of 1) grunge blog“Flight” Two-tailed sallowtails among Mexican Bird of Paradise — Image by kenne

“Nature holds the key to our aesthetic, intellectual, cognitive and even spiritual satisfaction.”

E. O. Wilson

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