When taking wildlife photographs, I think there is always a fine balance between isolating the subject and putting the subject in context. I have some photographs of peacock butterflies totally isolated, with the background bokeh a complete blur, but I've opted for this shot (uncropped from the original) with the butterfly nectaring on the flowers just out of focus.
I took this picture on a visit to Bedford Purlieus Woods whilst trying to photograph dark green fritillaries. I had some very fruitful days there last summer, with silver-washed fritillaries, the dark greens, marbled whites and even a black hairstreak (away from its usual habitat), not to mention meadow browns. All of these were photographed in the meadow in the north of the woods.