A Butterfly and the Gift of Friendship

"Gulf Fritillary"  photos of gulf fritillary butterfly"Gulf Fritillary"  photos of gulf fritillary butterflyOne of the most common butterflies in Florida is the Gulf Fritillary.  The “gulf” in its name identifies it as a species common in the states around the Gulf of Mexico.  It is thought to be distasteful to birds because the larvae feed on the passon vine (see previous post).

Two different sides, two different views, yet the same insect.

What’s the definition of a true friend?  One who sees you from every angle, the good, the bad, the pretty, the ugly  . . . and still loves you.  What a gift a true friend is!

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3 thoughts on “A Butterfly and the Gift of Friendship

  1. I, too, love how butterflies can present so much differently, depending on what angle you view them and in what lighting … not to mention “which stage” of their lives!

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