Tuesday is A-Z alphabet challenge day and frizz @ flickrcomments has started another round of Alphabet challenges.
The Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia splashed their second most popular exhibit in the Philadelphia Inquirer this week, and it works for this week’s letter “B”.
Dinosaurs are the most popular exhibit, but “D”s not for two more Tuedays. “B” is for beautiful, bountiful, brilliant, butterflies.
Extra! Extra! Read All About It! Or better yet, if you’re in the neighborhood, visit the museum. It is on my list of to-do’s.
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Love butterflies, we have quite a few different ones here, more so in the sierras and the amazon.. That’s on my to-do list, a trip down the Amazon river. Enjoy the exhibit.
Amazon River? Now I’m REALLY jealous!
That is such a gorgeous butterfly Gemma! Great shot hon and thanks for sharing. 😀 *hugs*
What a beautiful blue butterfly
Yes. I need to make the exhibit real soon.
Look forward to seeing photos of that… 🙂
If and when, it’s a post! 😉
I have to accuse my cat
(she doesn’t know “regret”)
in our garden she jumped high
caught and ate a butterfly!
is that a poem?
if, you say yes,
it would be my very first
in a foreign language 🙂
That’s a poem in my book!
Congrats on your first English one. 🙂
Lovely ! What a great place to visit Gemma .. I see that there is a Bird of Paradise Exhibition coming up in May …. am sure you’ll be hot footing it down there then too 🙂
Ahhhh. May! Spring. YAY! Perfect time for these types of exhibits!
Haha! You betcha, baby!
Butterflies are the most beautiful creatures aren’t they? But very frustrating when you’re in hot pursuit with a camera. 🙂
Yes. I only have a few shots of my own. But worth the chase!
So fun! I would definitely go to this! At the Bronx Zoo, they do a butterfly garden, too. If you’re lucky, the butterflies will land on you. *shiver* Yeah, that scares me a little.
We should go! In the summer, we need to p-l-a-n. 😀
B for beautiful!
Excellent post Gemma 🙂
Now that is a most magnificent specimen, Gemma. 🙂
I wish I had caught it landing on the newspaper, but it was actually IN the paper. I just took a shot of the shot. LOL
Cheater cheater, pants on fire! 😀