We do not seem to be doing too well these days on posting for Classic Hat Monday. Maybe we should just throw in the towel on that. In the meantime, there is absolutely no law or reason we know of that means we cannot post a classic hat whenever we want. Right?
The weather is so bright and sunny — and we saw our first butterfly today. This has inspired us to post Hattingdon’s gorgeous green Leah classic hat.
Love the coolness of the green together with pristine white. And the butterfly of course.
The butterfly is a creature rich with symbolism, and while there are many stories that stem from the caterpillar itself, there are specifics when it comes to color. Did you know there are green butterflies? We didn’t.
First and foremost, you’ve probably noticed that there aren’t that many green butterflies around. Experts believe this is an evolutionary response to the color green not being necessary for attracting the attention of a mate. In most cases, evolution will eliminate the components of an animal that put it in greater danger or don’t contribute to its existence. In the case of butterflies, the color green is one of those components. Read more »
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