Bathrobe photography: butterflies (and a moth)

These are definitely prime bathrobe photography days in the Meyer back yard.

Queens on mistflower

With Anne’s perrenials beginning to bloom, the butterflies are showing up in droves, or whatever the proper group terminology for butterflies might be.

(Flocks, maybe?)

While this collection of photos results from past seasons’ photographic efforts, I’m using my personal review of these images to spur me to action once again.

Time to put down the coffee cup, don the robe, and take up camera, tripod and cable release in the interest of colorful creature documentation.

To arms!

Eastern black swallowtail on echinacea

Tiger swallowtail

Monarch

Officially, the hummingbird clearwing moth (although it's more suggestive of a bumblebee, to me).

Hairstreak

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