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On a sunny Thursday morning…

…I went for a photowalk in the Holden Arboretum, one of my favorite places to spend time with (or without) my camera. My chosen destination was the butterfly garden, but once there, I saw very few  butterflies. There was a hummingbird flitting around in the colorful flowers, but he wouldn’t sit for a photo opp, if you can imagine that! However, there were plenty of wonderful things to see and photograph, so despite the scarcity of butterflies, I still came home with some special images to present the beauty of the Arboretum (Remember to click on a picture to scroll through the gallery).

I’m glad you joined me for my sunny walk in the Arboretum today. It makes me feel good to be able to share the beauty with you.

Carolyn aka Skip

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I'm an enthusiastic amateur photographer and nature lover, inviting you to join me on my trail walks.

10 thoughts on “On a sunny Thursday morning…

    1. Happy Fourth to you and your family, Camille, including the canines. The Arboretum is a great place for a photo walk. For some reason, I haven’t been there this spring, and because the winter was so bad, I didn’t go then either. Summer has arrived, and I decided I had better get off my duff and go see what I could find. I really have no excuse. It’s only 20 minutes from my front door. Thanks for stopping in to see the pictures. 😀

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    1. An airplane describes the butterfly’s pose very well. I was hoping to see more butterflies, but we had a late spring, and it looks like a late summer too. I’m glad you came along and enjoyed the walk.

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