I was in the yard with my long lens and D7100 at mid afternoon because I saw a white butterfly flitting around the lavender…a different white butterfly than visited the lavender the other day. It was a Pieris rapae (thank you Google), or Small Cabbage White Butterfly. I got two shots, one blurry and one not, so I’m featuring the “one not.” The title of this post, “mon petit chou” is probably my one and only chance ever to use this phrase of affection that I learned in French Class in high school. It literally means “my little cabbage.”
Focal Length 180; ISO 100; f/5; 1/1000; rotated 90° because, as shot, it looks (and I guess, really is) upside down.