Thursday, June 2, 2011

A quickie post!

I am so much in a hurry as i need to meet some people somewhere. I am not sure how the traffic is, so please bear with me. One being inspired by africanausie,  posted a beautiful butterfly in some beautiful photos, which enticed me to hurriedly post also without much thinking, can't even look from other files. Fortunately, i saw some butterflies already resized somewhere!

She introduced the term "kiasu" syndrome describing not to be outdone! It is a contagious syndrome!

One post a white butterfly, here is a white moth!

One's butterfly is in a yellow flower, mine also is!

One gave white with black lines, i gave you black with white spots!

Here is my collage of them!

and here is the collage they made themselves!

Haha, One, what do you say, says the one above!

20 comments:

  1. I'm doing a quick comment too as I'm eating breakfast cereal here LOL - my favourite has to be that natural collage - cool getting so many butterflies in one frame :)

    Great shots of such beauties Andrea.

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  2. Hear's another quick comment. After I posted my butterfly, I imagine a domino effect of the kiasu syndrome. It's happening. Becareful what you think about because it might just come true.

    I really love your post. It comes with happy excitement and that last natural collage is precious!

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  3. I like the last picture as well. The butterflies must have sensed that you enjoy collages so much.

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  4. The image with the many butterflies is amazing they stayed while you took the shot. I never saw this butterfly before going to One's site, now I see lots of them. Really glad you took the time to capture them.

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  5. Loved the natural butterfly collage Andrea....

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  6. What lovely post, Andrea! Love them all, especially the last shot!

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  7. Cute post, great tie-ins, and the natural collage is stunning!

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  8. Such a great post, Andrea. Wish all my quickie posts fell in place so well. And that natural collage ... oh wow! I would give my pearls (never wear them anyway!)to have such collages in my garden.

    Don't have any butterflies but do have some bees in my latest post. I think the kiasu got a bit diluted.

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  9. Szczególnie podobają mi się motyle z kolażu. Pewno nie łatwo było było je "złapać" aparatem . Pozdrawiam

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  10. So many lovely butterflies1

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  11. Andrea,

    The kitty photo kills me!! Loved seeing all your butterflies@!

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  12. Andrea, Come over to Onenezz right now! :)

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  13. It may have been a 'quickie' post, Andrea--but it was a GOOD one. Love seeing the butterflies. Thanks for the 'quickie'...
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  14. Yay! This post is for all Butterfly Lovers!

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  15. Gosh my butterflies have created butterfly fever, and now ONE has created a challenge. I look forward to more and more butterfly photos joining in! I am getting ready to post some more :) I love that natural collage - those are so beautiful!

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  16. Andrea, these are just stunningly lovely--the blue-winged ones look like blue monarch butterflies, I know they aren't but they're glorious. Flying flowers, all of them. The kitten made me laugh out loud.

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  17. Hi Andrea, I just posted some photos of leaf beetles...hope you stop by and take a look!

    Kanak

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  18. Sheer brilliance and delight, Andrea. As for the little kitty ~ love her!

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  19. Thanks everyone, you are all so kind and i a very glad you had some amusement from my post. Remember we need endorphins from laughter to balance the prostaglandins responsible for pain!

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  20. Beautiful butterfly pics Andrea!

    I read your comment in One's post that you're afraid of butterfly larvae. But that doesn't mean you can't build a butterfly garden.

    It's like the comment I left at Africanaussie's post. I said I'd like to build a vermicompost in the future. The problem is I don't like looking at (and touching) worms.

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Your comments inspire me to post more, and our conversations make life and gardening more meaningful.

However, Anonymous comments and personal back links give me problems, so i don't publish them. Anonymous + back links = SPAM = DELETE

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