Cabbage Whites are about two inches wide when their wings are spread. Males and females can be told apart by their wing spots. Males only have one spot on each wing, while females have two. Cabbage Whites can be seen just about anywhere there are open spaces, including fields, gardens, roadsides, waste places, parks, and cities. It’s not hard to find these little guys fluttering around. It’s another thing altogether to actually photograph one. They are jumpy. I captured this female on the side of the road along my yard in Rockaway, NJ. I used a Nikon Coolpix L110 digital camera.