Wide in the wild
Butterflies and moths regularly hover around piles of mud, dung or even decaying flesh. This behavior known as mud-puddling is a common one among butterflies and it is believed they do so to seek out the nutrients including salts and amino from such decaying matters. These butterflies were observed doing exactly the same around a pile of dung but i chose to show the wide angle perspective here. I always see close up photographs of butterflies so i thought to click something different.