Saturday, 1 December 2007

Monet's Garden Post 3

This is the last of the path-way flower show, next we have single flower shots.

Any names welcome here - as to what these flowers are called.

I was lucky to catch this ragged old Butterfly, there were about a dozen people around taking photos, when they all seemed to move on, so I nipped over and had a go mtself. In the next Post from Monet's Garden - will be the walk around the lake, where he painted his famous Japanese Bridge and waterlillies.

9 comments:

lv2scpbk said...

Such a beautiful garden. I love the colors of the moth.

Today is bridge theme day.

Dragonstar said...

That poor old butterfly. What a shame they wear out so quickly. The peacock eyes are still bright though.

The flower colours are vivid and beautiful.

BeachysCapeCodCupboard said...

That butterfly is AMAZING! Such a sharp/clear photo!

Sharon said...

He's raggedy but still pretty :)

Dick said...

Bright colored photos, the butterfly is old but that's part of life.

zakscloset said...

beautiful colours!

david mcmahon said...

The butterfly shot is my favourite. Must have been Stirling Moth!!!

dot said...

Beautiful flowers and an unusual looking butterfly!

Kerri said...

OH so beautiful!