Butterfly Hill

Butterfly
Photo by Mary Kliwinski
Butterfly
Photo by Mary Kliwinski
Butterfly
Photo by Mary Kliwinski
Butterfly
Photo by Mary Kliwinski
Butterfly
Photo by Mary Kliwinski
Butterfly
Photo by Mary Kliwinski
Butterfly
Photo by Mary Kliwinski
Butterfly
Photo by Mary Kliwinski
Butterfly
Photo by Mary Kliwinski
Butterfly
Photo by Mary Kliwinski
Butterfly
Photo by Mary Kliwinski
Butterfly
Photo by Mary Kliwinski
And above Butterfly Hill…

Butterfly
Photo by Mary Kliwinski
… a heron!

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4 Responses to “Butterfly Hill”

  1. WebFadds said:

    Hello -

    I very much enjoyed the photos you shared. Thanks.

  2. George said:

    Thank you for your comments

  3. Sadieacres said:

    Greetings,

    Thank you for the beautiful pictures, and mostly of the Heron in the tree. A Heron landed in a pine tree once in our yard and I thought I was imagining it.
    Merci Beaucoup ~!~

  4. Mary said:

    Dear George Ball,
    WOW, thank you so very much for your wonderful writings and pictures. They greatly effect my continued efforts toward, and love of, propagating nature. I am particularly interested in your food comments, as I am about to launch myself into a focused effort to help develop many kinds of community gardens in my valley of Walla Walla, WA (land of many waters). Currently I sell food, flower,and herb plants that I start only from seeds, and then sell locally @ The Walla Walla Valley Farmers’Market. My business is Aunt Violet;s FINE PLANTS. Please keep on writing. I will be reading with great interest. Also, I shared your pictures of metal sculptures with a former Whitman College Art Professor, who continues to focus on metal sculptures, and he was so amazed. Sincerely with thanks, Mary Ruther

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