Silver-spotted Skipper butterfly, Epargyreus clarus of the family Hesperiidae feeds on a purple coneflower Echinacea, in a flower garden at Rockefeller State Park Preserve, Pleasantiville, Westchester County, New York, in the Hudson River Valley, in summer.
Although this is a summer photograph, it makes a lovely greeting card for many seasons and occasions such as Valentine's Day, Easter, springtime or any time that you want to send someone you love a beautiful message. And if you want to gaze at something peaceful on your wall, this photograph works beautifully as is, but also cropped to common 10x8, 14x11, 20x16 and larger sizes as well as square, so you can be creative in finding just the size you want for your walls. I have other images of echinacea taken in gardens all over America and they make a nice series for your walls.
With their healing properties, echinacea are also a perfect image for the office or waiting room of any homeopathic or other alternative healer or any doctors office where you want to bring a felling of serenity for you patients.
Visions of Spring - Glimpses of Summer
Wisconsin Flowers and Scenery (and other states too)
Floral Photography and Art
February 11th, 2018
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