In the book "Seeing Trees" the author says that she likes the marred and different leafs because she thinks they have more of a story to tell. "How did that color happen?", "What bug made that mark?" or "What happened to that leaf after it fell?" might be questions one could ask. These are the leaves that I feel have a fun story to tell.
Butterflies are known for their unusual life cycle that includes a spectacular metamorphosis from caterpillar to a colorful winged adult. They have an erratic yet graceful flight pattern that attracts attention when they pass. The Ancient Greek word for butterfly is psȳchē, which means soul. I particularly admire their symmetry and kaleidoscope of colors.