Friday, March 23, 2012

Ownership

She must be from Texas--this tiger swallowtail understood the law of possession...and she held on to her 9/10ths.   

Copyright 2009-2012 Kathleen Scott, for Hill Country Mysteries. Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited.

14 comments :

Steph@RamblingWren said...

Ha! Fabulous picture! Haven't seen any black chinned hummers yet. Thanks to all the flowers, I've seen a ton of butterflies. Have a great weekend:)

Cynthia Walker Pickens said...

Oh, how fun! We have hummers, but I haven't identified tye type, yet. Working on it! Haven't seen the swallowtail yet, either!

Birdwoman said...

Wonderful picture. Thanks for providing a smile. Happy Friday!

SECRET PEPPER PERSON: said...

Simply fantastic!

Dave said...

What a great picture! Love it.

Lancashire rose said...
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Lancashire rose said...

That is one great picture. Shot of a lifetime.

Linda/patchwork said...

That is a great photo. How lucky!

R. Sherman said...

Very cool. It's amazing how lucky we can get at timing.

Cheers.

Deb Colarossi said...

Unbelievable!

Pit said...

Hi Kathleen,
That's a truly wonderful picture: I like it a lot. Isn't spring a really great time of the year?
Best regards from a magnificent weekend in Fredericksburg, on the occasion of the 5th Annual LBJ 100 Bicycle Tour,
Pit

Jayne said...

Wow - what a great photo! Love it!

Elizabeth said...

That's astounding!

Jayne said...

Kathleen, I love your blog and your wonderful photos. I would like to award you with the Liebster Blog award. Should you choose to accept, you can find out more about the award on my blog here: http://jaynescountrygarden.blogspot.com/2012/04/leibster-blog-award.html