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  • Connie Clark

    Sunflower by GOD - - - Color obviously by photoshop and someone's imagination

  • Charee R

    Love the colors - Blue flower and blue butterfly

  • Gail Lester|ReNew'd Designs

    What an incredibly beautiful Butterfly! It's Colors are Breathtaking!!! Black & White, Accented w/ varying Shades of Turquoise, have been my signiature color combination for years. That said, even photoshopped (I've never seen a turquoise & blue sunflower!), I find this photo stunning! |

  • Sam Clough

    What a photo! Blue butterfly. Blue flower

  • Whispering Willow

    blue butterfly - blue flower - amazing nature pics

  • Lisa Menz

    Two of some of my favorite things. Butterflies and the color of aqua, teals and blues.

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