These pretty little things must make an easy target for the lizards, birds, and spiders of the desert. Admire before it becomes someone elses snack!
This is a great shot, nice work 🙂
Thank you kindly.
Wonderful post but I was wondering if you could write a litte more on this subject?
I’d be very thankful if you could elaborate a little bit more. Cheers!
Sorry, this was a close up shot of a little butterfly found while taking a stroll through one of the trails up San Francisquito rd. (search st. Fracis dam disaster of 1928 for interesting history of location) Ca.
I do not know the kind of butterfly which was photographed but will let you know when I do, that is if no one else beats me to it first. They are rather common around our So. Cal desert though.
I did a little research and I believe the butterfly photographed is what is known as a Mojave blue. The flowers it is feeding upon though is another question I am not sure of yet.
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