Jim and I were stuck at a red light waiting to get onto the Beeline highway in West Palm Beach, Florida. It began to rain and luckily I was able to reverse a few feet, grab my camera from the backseat, and snap this.
The rain was so dramatic it made it look like fog in the distance.
This small butterfly is a very common species throughout South Florida, and can often be seen in open areas such as roadsides, fields, and coastal dunes. The male has light blue with brown border on the upper side of his wings. The female has white upper side with blue color near border. The underside of both sex is whitish color with brown margins, bandings and conspicuous to big eyespots.