Echinacea (Cone) Flowers that have sprung up in our garden are beginning their final stage of blooming for the year. So have the feeding butterflies and bees attracted to them begun to disappear. I captured the scene using my Panasonic GX7 45-200 lens, in burst mode, and the results are shown here. I noted the tattered nature of the wings on some of the insects, a sign that they have been very active. It’s been fun seeing and photographing them this year and I look forward to 2019 when both the flowers and butterflies will return.

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