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Butterfly Monarch Nature Insect Chrysalis Begonia  Color Digital Ntw Lauren 2009 Leaves Plants  Photograph - Monarch Chrysalis  by Nancy TeWinkel Lauren

Monarch Chrysalis is a photograph by Nancy TeWinkel Lauren which was uploaded on February 15th, 2010.

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I used to gather them for the childrenon my farm. One Sunday we were eating breakfast as they burst forth wet and dripping and dewy, /the babes opens windows and the butterflies winngs hardened. It was a miracle. Why is it we watch so much tragedy in themedia and rarely see themiracles of everyday life? I try to bring heaven to earth each moment. your photo did it for me just now. Love, donna

Hi Donna, I just saw your comment. You are so right. We are surrounded by so much beauty and miracles. The media focuses on the tragedies of life so we have to find our own way to remember and focus on all that is good. Thank you for your comment. I appreciate your words.

Thanks Nancy. It was the first time in my life that I witnessed the hatching of a butterfly. The stages of the chrysalis is beyond words. Nature does not disappoint. There is still a lot of mystery surrounding the whole process.

Wow , isn't this amazing!! Thank you for the very interesting photo