The Common Sulphur Butterfly is popularly known as the Clouded Sulphur. These butterflies are known to hybridize with the Orange Sulphur, and specimens are very difficult to tell apart in the field. They are often treated as one species for counting purposes. You can find these beauties in almost any open space or pasture. I picked the title because I was showing a friend some of my work and she asked where I find all of these beautiful insects. She couldn’t believe it when I said they were all from our neighborhood. It’s easy to miss the beauty all around. Take the time to look once in a while. It’s as good as any therapy. I took this at the corner of my front yard in Rockaway, NJ USA with my Nikon D3100 and the Nikon 105mm macro lens.