Location: Fitchburg, Quarry Ridge Recreational Area
Late morning, sunny, mid-60's, just before the clouds rolled in. The first dainty sulphur was flitting around on a dirt road. The second was above the water on the lake, a few feet from shore. It kept falling into the water, then pulling itself out. Finally it made its way to a twig floating in the water and went through a lengthy series of moves to get itself upright. It was still there half an hour later, still upright, but it had turned itself around.
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