Sometimes it just takes a bit of luck. On this particular day, I was walking a path to Quabbin’s shoreline with landscapes on my mind. On the way out, I was gifted this opportunity. The butterfly spent a fair amount of time warming and opened and closed its wings often. The hardest part was standing back up after making the image. 🙂
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