FLUTTER: A Story in Photos by Rebecca Barray

I’m happy to welcome Rebecca Barray to The Writerly Life today!

Becca and I became cyber-friends through a platform challenge last spring, and we’ve been cheering each other on ever since. Becca happens to be a fabulous photographer as well as a fine writer. When I asked for guest posts recently and suggested I’d like a photo essay, she happily obliged. FLUTTER is the result. Enjoy!

Here’s Becca’s introduction to FLUTTER:

These pictures tell the tragic story of a dark female Eastern Tiger Swallowtail butterfly sipping nectar on a Blue Chip butterfly bush in my front garden. 

 

 The End

Let Rebecca know you were here! She’ll be happy to respond.

Rebecca Barray is a stay home mother of three (four if you count her extremely child-like husband). She is a writer and spends her precious little spare time writing, learning about writing, and thinking about writing. She also likes to take pictures and show them off on her photo blog

Author: Gerry Wilson

Fiction writer. Avid reader. Former teacher. Wife, mother, grandmother.

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