The echinaceas are attracting the various colors of clouded sulfur butterflies: green, orange, yellow.
Green Clouded Sulfur (Colias philodice)
I was able to get the orange sulfur (), also known as the “alfalfa butterfly”, above with it’s wings open as it landed on an enchinacea. Clouded Sulfurs rarely open their wings to a flattened position when they are perched. The solid black around the edges of the wings indicate that this one is a male (females have dots on the black edges).
A male Orange fluttering around an unfazed female Green (the green has spots on the black edges of her wings).
Yellow Sulfer ().
More photos of damselflies at http://photos.tandlphotos.com/blog/2016/10/damselflies
“Develop before 10/2004” is printed on the box… http://photos.tandlphotos.com/blog/2016/9/old-film-and-a-macro-lens