The Butterfly House on the island of Mainau

A couple of German bloggers and I went to see the Butterfly House on the Island of Mainau. They had good cameras with lenses that allowed them to take extreme close-ups. I had to do with a little pocket camera, but a few pictures turned out decent enough to show:

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Here are some more pictures from the domestic and wild animal life on the island:

Indeed the Butterfly House was amazing. Surprisingly, I took this acceptable photo of a blue butterfly. It should be noted that it was nearly impossible to photograph one of them.