Observing

This is what we have been watching lately, it's been so fascinating.



















16 comments

Frith said...

Nice backwards binos Liam! I love monarchs xx

Gillian said...

Great painting!

Jessicah Win said...

I don't think we're ever too old to be mesmerised by metamorphosis!! Love the photo with the binoculars!

BellaBree said...

how wonderful .... my kids have loved moanarchs this summer gone, we have been taping our chrysillis's to the pole on the deck for shelter, and so we don't miss their entry to the world - just lovely.
x

Raggedy Sana said...

Just... WOW!!! How lucky you all are to watch that! Nature is just wondeful

Cotton Kiwi said...

Are they still hatching over your way? It's just such a mild autumn isn't it? The photographs are amazing. I will have to show my girls tomorrow. And I love the caterpillar painting. Perfect!

Gypsy said...

What amazing photos Hanna. We have a swan plant on our street that we have to visit every day, its been incredible. I think you have captured it so well in those photos

Holly C. said...

I love how you captured that.

Beautiful!

Heart Felt said...

Love how your photographs have told a story. Fantastic...xx

gabrielle said...

gorgeous, we had the same fascination with monarchs today

Jessica said...

That is amazing!

Anonymous said...

That is awesome - what a learning experience and the painting to match.
Missed you this weekend.
GG

sheer whimsy said...

this is adorable and amazing!! hands-on learning, for sure

little grubs said...

Love the photos! My two little ones found some binoculars at the car boot in UK and they come in very handy for lots of exploring! x

molly said...

Oh, these are magnificent! Love the curiosity and pics, alike.

Kristin Sellars said...

So awesome! We had a hummingbird nest in our backyard this year and loved watching the process of them hatching and growing up.