Look at this butterfly:
How about that left antennae already checking out the next flower cell for more yummy, yummy nectar?
What you don't see is this butterfly anxiously flying away from the freaky giant with the huge pink flashing object that kept blinking and whirring and beeping.
That's because it was solely and completely focused on that nectar.
I have never seen anything like it.
It walked about a bit, but only to get to more nectar in another part of the flower. Nothing, nothing was going to break its concentration and determination about getting every molecule of nectar from this flower. No matter how close i got to this butterfly to take its picture, it was unfazed.
How close did i get you ask?
The above picture was taken without a zoom. I was able to get my sweet little point and shoot that close.
Also, that wasn't like a freak get-the-picture-in-one-perfect-second-and-it-flew-away kinda thing.
Nope, it was actually the last picture i took in a series of shots getting closer and closer to the butterfly.
Amazing. I could use that level of concentration some days.