In my area, oldfield toadflax (Nuttallanthus canadensis) blooms in profusion in sunny areas. I found hundreds of them on a sandy slope:
In the woods nearby, I found starflower (link) and mayflower. I hoped for butterflies – this spot is a Frosted Elfin site – with no luck. But there were literally dozens of Ebony Jewelwing damselflies (link), all of them active and uncooperative subjects. I’ve never seen that many in one place before.