Photography is challenging.
The situation: a fantastic butterfly is so close to you.
Well, up in the pic in the middle.
You can try to catch it by your iPhone.
These pics were taken with zoom and then still enlarged
on computer. The butterfly is just beautiful.
Let's check how Wikipedia can help:
Papilio machaon, the Old World swallowtail,
is a butterfly of the family Papilionidae.
Der Schwalbenschwanz (Papilio machaon) ist ein Schmetterling
aus der Familie der Ritterfalter (Papilionidae).
Ritariperhonen (Papilio machaon) on apollo- ja ritariperhosten
(Papilionidae) heimoon kuuluva päiväperhoslaji. Se on yksi Suomen
Finnisch für Anfänger:
PERHONEN = Schmetterling / butterfly /mariposa
RITARI = Ritter / knight /caballero
Siinä sitruunaperhonenkin kalpenee rinnalla.
Well, in this pic you first probably see the ladybug.
But I went with this picture to the garden store
to get some more POISON.
Ladybugs do eat those aphids but we definitely needed
at least a hundred of ladybugs to take care of this aphids.
Yellow aphids. In my roses I've only seen green ones.
Poison it has to be. So far the other big oleander next to
this one has not yet been attacked.
Last year I bought two of these plants: caper.
Yes, those green thingies which many people either
love or hate, often in Italy.
The flowers should be magnificent ... well.
Yesterday took this pic fo the first flower.
Today it is not anymore worth photographing.
But pretty, indeed.
For the time being we are not mewing our campo
so all kinds of beautiful flowers are growing there free.
A tip from my ex-colleague: these should dry easily.
So, decorated my pieces of wood, those waiting for
artistic inspiration ...
Pallenis spinosa, common names: Spiny Starwort or Spiny Golden Star,
is an annual herbaceous plant belonging to the genus Pallenis of the
family Asteraceae. The Latin name of the genus is derived from palea (chaff),
referring to the chaffy receptacle, while the species name spinosa,
meaning spiny, refers to the spiny bracts surrounding the flowers.
Das Stechende Sternauge in German.
The new art gallery in Artá brings funny creatures to the street!
Opening ceremony did not happen due to corona,
let's see if doors open in July when Spain will be
welcoming foreign tourists int o the country again.