This copper butterfly has its work cut out for it feeding in a stiff, Wyoming crosswind. The temperature atop the Bighorn Mountains can be as much as twenty degrees cooler in mid-summer than it is a few thousand feet below. Cooler temps and breezes make for comfortable conditions to observe butterflies like this and the fields of wildflowers where they feed. This is a beautiful 16x16 print offered in a brown frame with a black outer mat and narrow, white inner mat. Many other options are possible.