A sequence of shots that show the slow approach one has to make when you have a prime lens on your camera and a butterfly decides to pose for a shot. Slowly, you inch forward, taking shots as you go as you don’t know which one will be your last one before the subject gets bored and flutters off.
This was taken in Denver, where there were so many butterflies that year that the weather radar was reporting them as storm clouds. I liked the Denver streets, but I have very few pictures of them - instead I have a lot of sub-par pictures of butterflies :)
For the pedantic, this was taken on my Fuji 35mm lens, but that’s a 50mm full frame equivalent. Beyond editing into this triptych format, the photos are all straight out of camera and kept at the same vertical crop.