This moth, while not exactly colourful, is none the less a truly beautiful example of a geometrid moth.
The pale wings and pale but defined lines are just so delicate and clean. This moth really does deserve its common name of "Pale Beauty."
Even though it is classified as common, I don't see these very often. This one was photographed on August 14. I have seen perhaps 2 or 3 since then.
The larvae are known to feed on the leaves of 65 species of both coniferous and deciduous trees and shrubs, including blueberries. Since I live in what is often referred to as "blueberry country," I am surprised I don't see these more often!