I picked the early spring flowers in my biodiversity garden and photographed them in studio. "Sanguinaria canadensis", commonly called bloodroot (family Papaveraceae).
Canada's largest skipper, the silver spotted skipper, nectaring on Virginia mountain mint (butterfly: Hesperiidae: "Epargyreus clarus"; plant: Lamiaceae: "Pycnanthemum virginianum").
Another excellent example of crypsis is the perfectly camouflaged immature dune or maritime grasshopper. By blending in with beach sand of its Atlantic coastal habitat it remains hidden from predators such as birds. Immatures are especially vulnerable because they cannot yet fly. Delaware seashore, USA (probably "Trimerotropis maritima").