This little guy or girl didn't stay around long enough for me to get a great photo! I do know this much that it is an angled-winged butterfly. My National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Butterflies says, "They have sharply angled, somewhat irregular wings. When the wings are folded at rest, the drab undersides resemble leaves or pieces of bark, making them difficult to see. The undersides tend to be somewhat brighter shades of orange and rust-brown. This group includes angelwings, tortoiseshells, commas and question marks, as well as leafwings, snouts and daggerwings." It is definitely this group. I just will hope that we get another visit before the end of the growing season! We have had some outstanding insects this season already and we have just started summer! Finally, got our tomatoes planted! I guess it is never too late. Hopefully, you have had a great day. Going to be slightly cooler tomorrow and Tuesday before the heat comes back. Talk to you later.