May 15, 2016

Kuroageha (Papilio protenor) butterfly: Kita-kamakura



In a split second, a black butterfly silently quivered above the ruby-red flowers of Red Horse-chestnut to seek nectar.

In the fragrant air and golden sunlight of May, a flower invites a butterfly to fill its role of life and a butterfly visits a flower to collect nectar for its breeding and existence.

In the calm stream of the changing seasons, such a precious and irreplaceable moment of life is constantly reiterating in hushed silence in front of my eyes.


2 comments:

Hendrik Friedheim said...


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Kunihiko said...

Thank you for your kind comment.

In Kita-kamakura, because of the rapid rise of temperature, summer butterflies have already begun appearing here and there. I am looking forward to encounter such beautiful butterflies again this year.