Butterfly Skye's


posted on 12th of december, 2007


I have a butterfly farm in Sydney Australia. I sell butterflies for weddings and special events.
It is a fantastic job, I love to see the look on peoples faces when they release their beautiful butterflies into the sky. Every time you release butterflies, the experience can be greatly different. At a wedding, people release butterflies as a symbol of new beginnings. At a christening, people release butterflies to symbolize hope for the future and a new life. At funerals, people release butterflies to release the soul of their loved-one, up to heaven...

The butterflies don't know what their purpose is...they just want to fly away and be free

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Comments (4)

Posted by Skye_babie on January 08, 2008
Releasing butterflies at special events is very common in america. They have a special society check out . Or you can check out my site . I am in the process of upgrading and putting in some new photos of recent butterfly releases. People can release anywhere form 2 butterflies to 200, In September next year (our spring) I will be supplying a childrens charity with 2000 butterflies to release in memory of 2 little girls that died. When I have some photos of this, I will definitely post them.
Posted by Sutprattana on December 13, 2007
I love butterfly and flower. This story is new for me. Thanks for writing.
Posted by Kenneystudios on December 12, 2007
I love butterflies. Growing up we lived out in farming country, so there were butterflies and moths galore! I used up many 110 and 35 mm film rolls chasing them around the property!
Posted by Maigi on December 12, 2007
:)) Beautiful... simply beautiful.



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