The photographs which I selected are about a beautiful dance between a couple of butterflies. The dirty part is how I accidentally kept interrupting them. They would get right up to the moment of coupling and then be startled by me trying to take a picture. Here's an example of a tender moment I interrupted.
They didn't give up but were rudely interrupted by me more than once. I was trying my best to be quiet but sadly I wasn't always successful. It made me feel dirty and insensitive. Here they are in the throes of courtship and passion and then that nasty old human kept stumbling around and interrupting them.
There were even some extremely shy moments where the pair would separate and seek hiding places hoping that I'd go away and leave them to get down to it.However, they weren't easily distracted from their mission. Survival of the species is a powerful motivator. This isn't a casual dalliance but an important part of their life.
Finally I grew a conscience and when the shy lady came out of her cover one last time, I let them get to it and didn't try to take another picture. I do after all have a heart.
I'm looking forward to seeing what kind of dirty pictures the rest of the photo hunters came up with for this week's photo hunt. The links at the bottom of this post will take you to the other photohunters. Saturday is the photo hunt day but I'm posting early and what with time differences it's Saturday somewhere. To find out how to join the hunt and play with us you can go here.
I am adding my fortune to this post at the end. A blogger had linked a place where you can get your fortune and I got mine on Thursday. Here it is. Although my fortune is tame, I think some are dirty to the point of being risque so you might not want to get your fortune there.
| My Fortune Cookie told me:|
People are beginning to notice you. Try dressing before you leave the house.
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