In November I went with my family to Cabo San Lucas, in Mexico.
One of the things that amazes us the most (other than the views) was the amount of butterflies.
In one of the days we went to visit La Playa del Chileno. On that beach we could climb a few steps to see the statue of the chileno and have access to another beach next to it. The path was full of native plants, that included some flower bushed as well as cacti. And fluttering by the flower bushes there were hundreds of butterflies.
I was not able to take a good picture to show how many they were, so here is one that features only one butterfly in closeup.
And there were also moths. Huge dark ones in the hotel, that my daughters liked to scare away
And some smaller white ones at the airport, including a little fella that made friends with my oldest daughter…
This post was written in response to the Weekly Photo Challenge: Delicate