I get lots of skipper butterflies in my garden. They're fairly hard to shoot, since they are quick moving and somewhat skittish. I took this shot a few days ago, and thought the view of the butterfly's mouth was quite interesting. Vaguely disgusting, but interesting nonetheless. (click the image for a full-sized version with EXIF data.) Be sure to click on the link and see the full-sized image. Shot with my D200, Tamron SP 90, and a stack of 3 Kenko tubes totaling 68 mm of extension. Lit with an SB-800 in the hotshoe, fired through a pop-up diffuser attached to the front of the lens.