Available as a small print on my Society 6
Not much new here recently. Sorry about that. As my school year comes to an end, I’ve been drowning in final requirements.
I’ll see all of you next month. Just let me just go punch schoolwork in the butt.
A tiny, beautiful thing.
Found primarily in Central America (Mexico through Panama), the glasswinged butterfly’s name in Spanish is Espejitos which translates as little mirrors. In certain lights, the translucent wing parts have a glossy, almost reflective quality to them that makes their Spanish name effectively accurate. Whether they’re seen as glass or mirrors, though, there’s something absolutely fascinating about the way these butterflies’ wings offer a surreal look at the environment around the insect. It’s like they’re tiny ornaments designed to draw the eye to the scenic appeal of nature.
HOOT CAMP An adult owl searches for food to feed its brood of hungry owlets on a farm in Lancashire, England. (Photo: Austin Thomas / Caters via The Telegraph)