A cabbage white butterfly paused for a sip from an ironweed bloom at McConnell Springs in Lexington. McConnell Springs is a 26-acre park located at the historic springs where Lexington was named.
A cabbage white butterfly paused for a sip from an ironweed bloom at McConnell Springs in Lexington. McConnell Springs is a 26-acre park located at the historic springs where Lexington was named. Herald-Leader
A cabbage white butterfly paused for a sip from an ironweed bloom at McConnell Springs in Lexington. McConnell Springs is a 26-acre park located at the historic springs where Lexington was named. Herald-Leader

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