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Beautiful Butterflies In Beautiful Bali





We have been home from our wonderful holiday in Bali for just over 24 hours. I am having problems uploading my photos - I think my computer is fairly full - will have to delete some files and need to put some of my older photos on to CD's.

We holidayed with my sister from Western Australia. This was her 4th visit to Bali but the first time for us in this beautiful country. These photos were taken at a butterfly park.
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quiltzyx said…
Those butterflies are amazing. I've never seen any like them before - thanks for sharing Maree!
Barbara said…
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Barbara said…
Oh my gosh! I just saw that same butterfly (the bottom one) at an exhibit here in Oregon today. What a coincidence. Your images turned out better.
Emmy said…
so very beautiful those butterflys

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