Jez’s Reflections #3 and WWE #76

All of the photographs on this post were taken on a foggy February morning in the year 2020. Recently re-discovered, I felt certain that they’d make a good show for Jez Braithwaite’s Reflections and Water Water Everywhere challenges.

Ludwig’s Monday Window Challenge: May 3, 2021

Inscription reads, “In Memory of Clyde F. Straub, Pastor 1953 – 1968.

One thing I really like about the above photo is the reflected lights. To me they look like different phases of the moon. The window is on display at Heritage Baptist Church, Annapolis, MD. I love the outer pieces of glass that are stained to look like folds of cloth. I believe the scene portrayed is the baptism of Christ. On the other hand, perhaps it is Christ’s Ascension into Heaven?

We can only image how these windows would look with sunlight streaming through them.

Ragtag Daily Prompt: Glimpse

GarGar picked up the handkerchief that Princess Pirouette had just tossed out of her window. What’s this? He thought. A ring! To his horror, he realized that the ring which had been pulled through a corner of the cloth was the very same he’d given her on the day of their betrothal. What could this mean? He asked himself. Was this a rejection, or an invitation. How he wished that he could be given just a tiny glimpse into the mind of Her Majesty!

Tiny Butterfly: May 3, 2021

This is without a doubt the smallest butterfly that I’ve ever photographed. It was rather disheartening because in a huge field of clover, this was the only insect (besides a solitary wasp) that I could see.

As this photo illustrates, this butterfly’s wingspan was hardly wider than a blade of grass. Interestingly, her wings were one color on the outside and another on the inside!
This photo illustrates even better the two-colored nature of its wings.
And now we have three!

While I’m fairly sure this butterfly is a member of the Pieridae family, I’m afraid to go any further with identification. It was most insistent about staying in the grassy area of the field. It’s quite a bit smaller than the common cabbage butterfly. If anybody out there knows for certain what it is, please feel free to enlighten the rest of us!