The seventh butterfly in the series is the Common Grass Yellow ( Eurema hecabe). This is the most abundant of all butterflies in our garden. You can look anywhere and you will notice one of these.
Since the butterfly is quite a busy one, constantly changing flowers; I felt it was the perfect subject for an inflight poise. So I found a bush which was well frequented by the yellow and kept following one of the butterfly. After more that 100 attempts and 1 hour of trying I managed to click the above photograph. Does it not look like a tiny fairy from one of Enid Blyton's stories ?