This butterfly is truly a part of nature that is so miraculous. The first time I saw this species Diaethria neglecta which can be found throughout South America occurs from Panama to Bolivia. I didn’t believe what my eyes were seeing. This is a window of the Villa Migelita Suite. We have a lot of butterflies enter when doors are open, also hummingbirds. These butterflies that enter sit for hours even if I open the screen to let them out. In Colombia the doors and windows are open all day. At Villa Migelita I do have screens on my windows in the bedrooms, but I also have some very old windows I chose to keep when I updated my Villa. My office window is very, very old. I do not have a screen on it. I have left it alone, along with the front door and another window in the main living area. As I look outside at the hummingbirds and the lemon tree they perch on, I feel peace.
There is nothing but photos to explain how wonderful my view is from the window I write at. I will leave you all with this video of all the hummingbirds having a great time feeding and dancing in front of my window. This is where I sit and spend much of my time when I am not entertaining my guests. Sometimes I wonder what I would do if I didn’t have this view to keep me at peace. I can go to bed feeling sad and then the next morning sit at my desk and see the natural beauty that surrounds me and all is right with the world again.
6 thoughts on “Outside my Windows. All of Them.”
This is part of all the beauty that you can find in the mountains, specially in Villa Migelita, in el Mesón, la buitrera, Palmira. Is beautiful the picture of your window´s office.
Thank you, I never can get tired of looking out at the Valley and my hummingbirds.
The Inco Hummingbird is just wonderful!!!!!!! I would like to have such in my garden! 🙂
And the photo of The Brown Inco Hummingbird is excellent of course – there is also a bee there 😉