Enormous butterfly on the lam from Butterfly Gardens
It’s blustery in Victoria today. And those gusty winds, it appears, picked up the biggest, reddest specimen from Butterfly Gardens some 20 km up the peninsula and deposited it smack dab in the middle of the city!
Shifty winds notwithstanding, I had fun doodling this GPS butterfly as my route followed streets and paths in one continuous line from beginning to end. (In other words, there was no need for “dot-connecting” and all the stopping and starting that comes with it.)
Total distance cycled to create this lepidopteric beauty: an even 44 kilometres (27 and a third miles).
I rotated the mapped image 90º CCW for ease of viewing.
* Note: The GPS points will render correctly only if you are logged in at Strava.com