Not birds, but they still have wings! 😏 Here’s three photos for those of you who love dragonflies and butterflies.
Generally, you would find a Halloween Pennant in wet habitats such as ponds, marshes and lakes, perched on vegetation. Well, this is certainly a different take….
Of these next two butterflies, the common Gulf Fritillary was a favorite to follow (and distract me) while searching for birds.
It certainly was a challenge when I came across this next new-to-me little butterfly, a Cassius Blue. Tiny, with a wingspan of only 1/2 – 1 inch (15-25 mm), I photographed it for several minutes before it fluttered on and out of my reach. I got one lucky shot! 😃