Monday, October 1, 2012

September Sightings

Empress Leilia

Southern Dogface

Bordered Patch

Funereal Duskywing

Pipevine Swallowtail

Reakirt's Blue

Tiny Checkerspot

Desert Senna

Pringle's Clustervine

Trans-Pecos Morning Glory

Datura

Ivyleaf Morning Glory

Scarlet Spiderling

Mesquite

Spiny Hackberry

Pincushion Cactus

Red Spotted Toad

Harvest Moon

Have a wonderful week!

26 comments:

Rohrerbot said...

Nice Diane! Thanks for ID'ing several of the plants. I saw them at Sabino and didn't know what the Trans Peco was....but it's a gorgeous plant. You've got some amazing shots and a butterfly I have never seen before. Thanks for sharing. Chris

Giga said...

Motyle piękne, kwiatki śliczne, a żaba w czerwone plamki urocza. Ostatnie zdjęcie jest świetne. Pozdrawiam.
Beautiful butterflies, beautiful flowers, and a red dot frog cute. Last photo is great. Yours.

Chomp said...

Gracias por regalarnos esos bellos momentos.

angryparsnip said...

Lovely photos today.
I have never seen so many butterflies. They are always fluttering around my yard this year.
I love the Trans Pecos Morning Glory. The leaf shape is wonderful too.
I wonder if "Natives Seed" has some seed packets to sell. I would love that plant on one of my walls.

You always have the best moon photos. In my photos the moon is always so small.

cheers, parsnip

betchai said...

wow, i could not name most of those butterflies but you did, and beautiful captures too. each of the pictures here are truly special.

R.Ramakrishnan said...

Great captures - exquisitely beautiful !

Warren said...

love that butterfly shadow in your first picture!

Betsy Adams said...

HI Diane, We are home from a fabulous trip. We didn't get into Arizona this time--but we love all of those areas out there. The ASPENS are fabulous.... WOW!!!!!!

Love seeing all of your 'pretties' today... That little toad is so cute... Love the butterflies--and of course the flowers. Thanks for sharing.
Hugs,
Betsy

Thérèse said...

Fauna and Flora!
Lovely, lovely. The tree I missing the most: the mesquite. Thks.

Petrus van Zyl said...

my dad loved butterflies
great set

Arti said...

Very colorful. Nature in all its beauty. You captured it so well.
Have a Nice week ahead :)

Kathie Brown said...

Wow, you have been busy! What a wonderful world! Lovely shots!

ZielonaMila said...

Fantastic photographs, fantastic face of the nature. I am greeting

Betty Manousos said...

hi diane, what incredibly beautiful sights and photos!

it looks like i could just step into the computer and be there!

big hugs!

rainfield61 said...

All those dancing queens dance in the summer.

Icy BC said...

Your butterflies are all so gorgeous, and the flowers are too!

Nat said...

An absolutely beautiful series of photos! I'm especially impressed with your butterfly captures... such elusive creatures :-)

Loree said...

I loved each and every one of those beautiful photos - especially the toad. he looks like a cutie.

Janie said...

I love the spiderling against the sky, and the artsy full moon shot.

Martha Z said...

Your world seems to be springing to life as ours is winding down, heading to winter.
It is in winter I envy you your desert home.

Magpie said...

You should do photo walkabouts or whatever one calls them where people pay money to walk around with you and take pictures! I mean really. You take some of the most amazing photos. I'm with the majority and love the Trans-Pecos! Beautifully delicate.

JDS said...

Once again you show how colorful our deserts can be. I especially like the datura and the pipevine swallowtail, Thanks for sharing!

teca said...

Wonderful shots!!!!!

Have a nice weekend.
Warm hug from Brasil.

Magia da Inês said...

♪彡♪♫°¸.•♫°`

Muito bonito mesmo!!!!
Bom fim de semana!
Beijinhos.
Brasil

♪♫♫°✿°`╮

'Tsuki said...

Those butterflies are so marvellous... There are few that we do have in France too, but I don't know most of them, and it is real pleasure to discover them.

Don't eat the Morning glory !!! :D

Debbie Lo said...

Your photos are just lovely! I love butterflies and these are gorgeous with beautiful colors!