Spread Your Wings and Fly | #Wordlesswednesday

Just when the caterpillar thought the world was over, it became a butterfly.

 

Bannerghata National Park, Bangalore

 

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36 thoughts

  1. I also used to wonder how it happened. One of the magics of nature!
    Thanks for popping in Esha. Happy WW to you too.
    ps your linky isn’t opening – I’ll come back later and see if it’s working
    Cathy

    1. I’m sorry you had trouble adding your post. I’ve added it to the linky, dear Cathy!
      Thank you so much for stopping by the blog and sharing your thoughts. 🙂

    1. So true, Soumya! Things often change when we least expect them to. Thanks for stopping by and those kind words of appreciation, dear!

      Much love to you as well. <3

  2. The magic of nature is amazing. Thank you for sharing this beauty with us!
    I put your link in the table, dear Esha.

    Happy WW!

  3. The butterfly lesson is the magic of the nature!
    We have to learn and understand it!

    Thank you a lot for the linking, dear friend!
    Happy WW and a fine week!

    1. So good to know you loved the click, Vinitha! Always happy to hear words of encouragement by my dear friends. 🙂

  4. Butterflies always lead me back to The Very Hungry Caterpillar. How amazing is it that you spotted these butterflies and also got a chance to click them before they took off from here. Beautiful photo 😊

    1. Yes, that amazing book for kids that grownups seem to love equally! I was quick enough to click this, Anamika. The Butterfly enclosure in the Bannerghata National Park is a truly amazing place. The good part is you’ll have hundreds of butterflies to click because they’re all over the place, with no rush to fly away anywhere. Thanks for the kind words, dear. 🙂

    1. Absolutely, Keith! What else but magic manifesting through Nature. So good to see you stop by the blog today! 🙂

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