Lovely shots. When I first spotted the thumbnail of the first photo in my reader's list, I though it was a green leaf!
Wow.! Thats very early.
Thats right, they can't be or maybe.........
Wonderful to see...
Nice surprise alright, lovely shots too the last one is a cracker, Mike.
Wow, good and early. Did you digi scope that on the finger end!!!!
There you all are~ and what a great looking butterfly, how very cool is that!
Sweet year to come when you can handle one of the first butterflies of the season, great find. This happens to me very rarely. Loved the photos.
Wonderful captures of the butterfly!
Hi John & Suegreat to see an early Brimstone maybe the mild weather will kick Spring off early this year, Are the Avocets still at St Clement ? as I may go up on FridayHope to CU soon.
What a magnificent creature. I thought I was going to be looking at images of foliage and plants when I clicked the link! Beautiful.
heye what, flowers and butterflies... No way! We got a beautiful snow storm yesterday adn the winter is back! Gosh I envy you! Well done with these beautiful pictures of this ncie butterfly!
wat een mooie vlinder het lijkt net een blad van een boom.wat is de natuur toch mooi.groetjes Herman,
That is so cool! I've only seen butterflies in March - and that was at the end of March.She sure is a beauty!!
That one has survived its hibernation in remarkably good condition John - I suspect it was indoors somewhere. It'll only take another cold snap to send it back into its winter quarters. Lovely images, as always, John.
Suberb images John of this early flutter.
JR and Sue. You did well finding the early Brimstone, I like them for their unusual shape. Like me you probably cannot wait for the other butterflies and insects to emerge.
Great shots and so early in the year.
Thank you all for your comments.John