I grew and planted out some swan plants (Gomphocarpus physocarpus) in spring - October in NZ - to attract the magnificent Monarch butterflies to the garden. Very soon there were many flying down to lay their eggs and of course soon enough a batch of hungry caterpillars munching on the plants. The downside for the plant is that they eat them to stalks before finding a likely spot to pupate. I have been surprised at how far they travel to do that with some found metres away hanging under other plants. Some of the later ones haven't bothered to crawl off to another nearby plant and just hang from the branches and leaves of the swan plant to pupate.
My goal is to present images of objects and places as naturally as possible with minimal post processing. I think the natural qualities will come through for the viewer with a little contemplation. Unfortunately there is little time for such things these days.