A portrait of a common wildflower in the northeast:


The spring leafing out is becoming complete. Maples are in full leaf, grass is up, the oaks are greening up. There are lots of butterfly species flying now – today I saw three species of elfin, American Lady, Spring Azure, Juvenal’s Duskywing, Pearl Crescent, American Copper, suphurs, whites, and my first dragonflies and tiger beetles of the season.

2 thoughts on “Foamflower

  1. Very simple yet beautiful composition. I really like the repeated pattern in the background. The soft muted colors are also very nice. I’m not sure why but I still am not seeing much in the way of butterflies here in Pennsylvania.

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