The Ouroboros | gniaes`.`seaing...gnihtyreve ni slobmys.symbols in everything...

The Ouroboros | gniaes`.`seaing...gnihtyreve ni slobmys.symbols in everything...
Land is not responsible for "Hugh Manatee's" doings. ALL of us are responsible for our own environmental sustainablility

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Hummingbird Moth Feasting on Nectar

Sunflower buzzed by Bee (fuzzy, upper left)

Had my camera in the garden one fine August day, and a bumble bee buzzed this sunflower.  I was in heaven, capturing photos in this warm, beautiful garden in the hills of Vermont.

There were many butterflies that year, Monarchs, Morning Cloaks, Spring Azures, and all kinds of bees.

Just about everybody by now knows how bees (and butterflies) are less in number across the globe and in grave danger from the ignorant use of deadly products like Monsanto's Roundup (glyphosphate).  It also causes cancer in people.  Of course there are other environmental dangers, like the current U.S. administration, human rights abuses, pollution, wireless technology pollution, climate change, big agriculture, rainforest destruction, toxic chemicals and chemical dumbing down, pharmaceuticals, flouride in the water, nuclear fallout from Fukushima, fracking, use of coal, gas and oil, nuclear power, use of plastics, chemtrails (geoengineering) and the list goes on.  Without bees, our gardens suffer, that which we rely on for life.

Monarch Butterfly on lilacs

I 'pray' for protection for the sunflower, for the trees, for all the critters, for all life.  Avoid all chemical use.

Morning Cloak Butterfly


teeny
The color of the tiny Spring Azure Butterfly thrills me, it is my favorite.  One has to be very careful to not step on them!  I tried to capture the inner wings showing the blue, and it is just a blurry swatch.  They are so intelligent and sweet.  I have been honored with one lighting on my finger.


Little butterfly blue
your sweetness and beauty is true

If I had my way
yours will always be the bests of days

Be safe, little blue butterfly
Stay here and live in my garden

I will look after you and tend to the flowers
To your delight

And to mine, on my finger you light

These photos are of flowers with similar color to the Spring Azure.  Indigo blue flowers are the best.
Lavender, Lobelia and Bluegrass  ♪ ♬
variegated Spiderwort, a favorite
Here is the teeny critter wanting to hang out by the extension chord.  See his beautiful big eyes and his tiny antenna reaching up for the air then down to the earth.



Suddenly, I heard a very loud buzzing in the Giant Phlox flowerbed just beyond.
There was a beautiful hummingbird moth, with colored wings that matched the flowers whose nectar she was feasting on.  If only I were a professional photographer!

Hummingbird Moth on Giant Phlox






I couldn't be more blessed.

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Purple Finch

Purple Finch and his Burdock seed feast
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2 comments:

  1. These photographs are beautiful Pandora !
    We have also noticed how few butterflies there have been this year , it's very worrying .
    A few days ago I saw my first Red Admiral , normally there are an abundance of them in our garden , there have been very few moths , and even the Cabbage White seems to have all but disappeared.
    We do have bees living in our chimney ! 2years ago we saw a huge swarm ( probably 30 to 40 thousand ) flying around our house.They then just seemed to disappear,the next morning we could hear them in our chimneys . I have to open the windows constantly to let them out when they come buzzing down our fire place . I put a sheet over the dog grate so they wouldn't land in the soot :)) and off they go . Sometimes we have to pick them up , and we have never been stung .
    We do feel so privileged and blessed to have these beautiful creatures sharing our home with us .
    I pray constantly , for all creatures , for all life on this beautiful planet , I'm so glad you do too .

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  2. Thank you, Kitty! I can imagine you and yours looking after those bees, seeing that they don't get hurt, they must love you. They are very intelligent creatures and sense your caring - and knew when they buzzed your home they would be cared for.

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