Nature Photo Challenge: Pattern

Most of my many files are of nature – with a focus mostly on flowers and trees. As I was meandering through these gardens and woods from the comfort of my lodging, I was somewhat overwhelmed by having to choose the best examples of texture. I solved the problem by choosing to focus on the patterns of butterflies wings and the patterns of how they go about their work of extracting nectar from flowers. I hope you have the time to take a deep breath and linger as you scroll through my post – taking pleasure in the patterns and the colors that create the patterns of the butterflies and the garden plants they were visiting.

I encourage you to visit Denzil’s blog that hosts this nature-focused challenge so you can look at other photographer’s interpretation of patterns and see his new theme on Wednesday.

19 thoughts on “Nature Photo Challenge: Pattern

  1. Pingback: Your photos of Patterns in Nature – Denzil Nature

  2. I can understand you being overwhelmed by choices. It’s relaxing to enjoy these patterns of wings against the flowers. My favourite is the orangey one at the top.


  3. These are gorgeous butterflies Pat and so well photographed. Thanks for taking part in my challenge and I look forward to seeing more of your excellent photos and reading your insights.


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