After the botanical garden of 16 September 2013 in Liguria, Italy, and after 17 September, today 18 September. Along the irrigation canal, an old world swallowtail butterfly.
Old world swallowtails in the Netherlands: here.
Then, climbing, to Olivetta village.
Then, a steep mountain path, towards the French border.
Near a hilltop, a six-spot burnet moth.
And a beautiful view of surrounding hills and mountains.
Later, blue butterflies along the irrigation canal again.
And a grasshopper.
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stunning butterfly pictures. thank you.
Thank you for your kind words 🙂
it’s only true. I’m slowly wandering around your blog. fascinating. some great posts.
i’m really intrigued by the name. i think its a great name for a blog, but very mysterious.
Hi Debbie, the explanation for the name is at
WOW. Really wow.
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