Until this morning I'd never seen this butterfly in my garden before. . . .
In my research I discovered it is a male Fiery Skipper that is resting on my Buddleia leaf (above) and feeding on its flower (below). The reason it doesn't look like the same butterfly is because it folds up its lower wings while feeding. You are seeing the underside in the photograph below. If I had not kept my eye on it, I might have thought it was a different species.
This reminds me that sometimes when we aren't paying attention we not only miss seeing things, but we can be mistaken in what we think we are seeing.
You see me—
I see you—
But do we?
I am here—
You are there—