April 30, 2008

Ephemera

A little vintage beauty today...image courtesy A'Musements



"And butterflies are free to fly
Fly away, high away, bye bye"


Music by Elton John, Lyrics by Bernie Taupin





14 comments:

jewelstreet said...

Is that a stamp? The butterfly is beautiful. I love it's colors and markings.

Simply Wired Custom Jewelry said...

OMG I love that! Nice addition to the lovely pics you share with us on your blog.

Cicada Studio said...

Worth framing! Is there anything more beautiful than butterflies?

T said...

So pretty! I am on a butterfly kick lately so this makes me very happy :) Thanks for sharing!

decadentdiamond said...

You always have the most beautiful imagery on your blog! Very lovely colours.

Autonomous Artisans said...

We are losing our butterflies in the UK. They are dying out because of pollution, pesticide, and loss of environment. :(

Victoria said...

Such a lovely image. (I think butterfly's are one of God's greatest inventions!) Your little caption of song lyrics also brought to mind one of my favorite movies, the touching "Butterflies are Free" with a very young Goldie Hawn.

Chucka Stone Designs said...

Beautiful! Great lyrics to go with your image too. Butterflies are one of my favorites for their amazing life cycle and rich coloring (plus my Grandma loved them too)

Did you read the blog Ginger just posted about butterflies? You can get to her from my right side links, think you will like it (original poem)

Angela said...

Ooooh, I love this. Vintage paper is so lovely.

Simply Me Art said...

Beautiful! I have seen so many Butterflies in the last few weeks in my back near the pool. I give a little scream everytime I see one. So beautiful..

picciolo said...

what a beautiful image, I've been liking lots of butterfly images lately!
: )

Mrs.French said...

I have been all over the sweet butterflies lately...this one is perfect!

M.KATE said...

beautiful..i should take a trip to our local butterfly park soon :)

High Desert Diva said...

I went to a butterfly garden in Michigan years ago...it was magical.