June 2, 2011

Aosuji-ageha (Graphium sarpedon) butterflies in Kencho-ji

Beneath the bright sun of early June, newly hatched butterflies are absorbedly flying around fragrant flowers to fulfill the meaning of their lives completely.

A female butterfly flits from flower to flower to suck nectar for producing offspring and a male butterfly enthusiastically chases after her for hurried courtship.

The never-ending story of seasons is continuing secretly in the garden of Zen in this way.

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