Dryas iulia (often incorrectly spelled julia) commonly called the Julia butterfly, Julia heliconian, the flame, or flambeau, is a species of brush-footed butterflies. The sole representative of its genus Dryas, it is native from Brazil to southern Texas and Florida. Over 15 subspecies have been described.
Adelpha is a genus of brush-footed butterflies found from the southern United States and Mexico to South America. They are commonly known as sisters, due to the white markings on their wings, which resemble a nun’s habit.
Friendly little butterfly which found refuge on this girl’s hands.
A butterfly with many subspecies, all of which bear distinctive and graphic patterns on the underside hindwings, often resembling numbers or letters of the alphabet.
Devil’s Throat is the highlight of a visit to Iguazu Falls. The waterfall marks the border between Brazil and Argentina.
More shots at different angles of Devil’s Throat with rainbow.
Different shots, different perspective at the thunderous Devil’s Throat.
Devil’s Throat is the largest of about 275 waterfalls making up Iguazu Falls. One of the best spots to be which provides a closer and better view of the falls. This shot at a distance when a rainbow made his appearance.
Closer look at the Devil’s Throat with better view of the rainbow.