They are probably some very common butterflies but I am not equipped enough knowledge to identify those.
Really nice images.
First BF is Speyeria cybele - Great Spangled Fritillary
Second is Limenitis arthemis astyanax - Red-spotted Purple
Third is Phoebis sennae - Cloudless Sulphur
Image no.1 is an Eastern Tiger Swallowtail female; the yellow form, note all the blue which is typical of the female.
Image no. 2 is Eastern Tiger Swallowtails. The yellow specimen is the male and the black one is a "Dark form" female''.
Image no. 3 is a Black Swallowtail. The small spot just above the row of seven orange spots on the hindwing is diagnostic.
and Thank You for brightening my gloomy wintery day with beautiful butterflies and flowers.
All butterflies are only ours for a short time. I guess that is why we capture them in pictures. Lovely shots of them all. I think that the fourth on this post is a Viceroy? I haven't seen one in person.
Sheila, there should be Viceroys near wet areas with willows somewhere in TX during the summer. Happy Butterflying.
Wonderful posting. This year I have not caught a butterfly in a photo, but maybe later.
I'm seeing more in the last couple of weeks. Just saw a black swollowtail fly past the window.