Notice that the leaves of the Lantana resemble the leaves of this plant.
I'm sure that the butterfly in the background is a skipper, perhaps a Persius Duskywing or a Dreamy Duskywing.
I'd love to tell Jennifer that it's a Grizzled Skipper, but Sadly, No!
This picture was overexposed. In my defense, I was walking home from Giant Eggle and wasn't willing to take the time needed for photographic excellence. I will say these flowers were like Bumblebee crack...multiple bumblebees were roaming about on some of them. They were bumping shoulders (and such as) as if each blossom were a mosh pit. Furthermore, I'm trying to identify the flower, but I have to get my sorry behind to the workplace. (Yeah it's Saturday, and yes my life is pathetic. So I'm blegging here.)
UPDATE: Another picture of the Passiflora:
The decorative passion flowers have a unique flower structure, which in most cases requires a large bee to effectively pollinate.