Tuesday Treat: Flowers and Flutters

The flowers of hedgerow, riverside and field, plus a selection of “flyers” encountered on our visit to Coltishall on 15th July 2021

Bindweed and Goose-grass: 15th July 2021
White Bryony (WARNING poisonous): 15th July 2021
Goose Grass: 15th July 2021
Hemp Agrimony (WARNING poisonous): 15th July 2021
Goose— Canadian: 15th July 2021
Goose— Greylag: 15th July 2021
Banded Demoiselle: 15th July 2021
Red Admiral: 15th July 2021
Green-veined White: 15th July 2021
Mayweed: 15th July 2021
Sun-Spurge: 15th July 2021
Tufted Vetch & Bee: 15th July 2021
Scarlet Pimpernel: 15th July 2021
Poppies: 15th July 2021
Wild Strawberry: 15th July 2021

Some common, some rare, some purely delightful… hope you’ve enjoyed. More next week.

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24 Responses to Tuesday Treat: Flowers and Flutters

  1. Dale says:

    Ummm… that last one would be a raspberry, no? Having spent hours picking them at my aunt’s!

    What a wonderful collection of flowers and flyers (love that)

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  2. Sadje says:

    These are delightful! Thanks for sharing

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  3. Deborah says:

    Very lovely! πŸ™‚ ❀

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  4. Thanks for sharing, Crispina πŸ˜ƒ

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  5. Indira says:

    Enjoyable treats. Loved them all.

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  6. Nope, Not Pam says:

    Always enjoy your photos. It’s like a peak into another world 😊

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  7. theoreadexpress says:

    Beautiful photos, I particularly liked the Banded Demoiselle

    Like

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