The common wood nymph, Carcyonis pegala, can be difficult to photograph because of its tendency to land in the middle of tall grasses. While on the White Rock Conservancy Bioblitz, I saw this individual disappear into the weeds, and followed it to see where it landed. I had to carefully move some of the grasses out of the way so I could get a better view and used flash because the butterfly was in the shade. This kind of activity often spooks the butterflies.
But this guy was lost in the moment. I have eaten wild raspberries–I would have been, too.