This is without a doubt the smallest butterfly that I’ve ever photographed. It was rather disheartening because in a huge field of clover, this was the only insect (besides a solitary wasp) that I could see.
While I’m fairly sure this butterfly is a member of the Pieridae family, I’m afraid to go any further with identification. It was most insistent about staying in the grassy area of the field. It’s quite a bit smaller than the common cabbage butterfly. If anybody out there knows for certain what it is, please feel free to enlighten the rest of us!
I shot these just a few minutes ago in my own back yard, using my lowly iPhone 11.
Here are my latest entries to Becky of Winchester’s April Bright Square Photo Challenge.
Becky B from the blog Life of B has been hosting the April Bright Squares Challenge. It’s been enormous fun.
Now for a square on a smaller scale…
Here are my contribution to Lens-Artists photo challenge #144 – Taking Flight.
This is my entry for Becky B of Life of B’s April Bright Square Challenge. According to my photo editor, this image is equal in length and width. So why does it look (to me) as if it’s taller than wider?