Lace-winged Roadside-Skipper (Amblyscirtes aesculapius)

This skippers distinctive appearance makes it difficult to confuse with any other butterfly.  In NW Georgia it is fairly common in appropriate habitat-moist woods with associated cane.  Two broods-summer and fall. 
Berry College
Floyd Co., Georgia
This is what you sometimes get when a butterfly decides to take flight while you are photographing.  Seen at Arrowhead WMA in Floyd Co., Georgia on 7/24/2005.
Same individual preflight.