Tuesday Treats: More Flutters Than Flowers

Butterflies, Bees… and of course, Flowers as seen on walk from Weston to Ringland 29th July 2021.

An arable sight: 29th July 2021

Gatekeeper: 29th July 2021

Gatekeeper, underside:29th July 2021

Meadow Brown, underside: 29th July 2021

White Bryony in flower and Lords & Ladies in berry, both poisonous: 29th July 2021

Busy bees on the bramble bush! 29th July 2021

And on the thistles: 29th July 2021

(Not poisonous) Skullcap: 29th July 2021

Large White: 29th July 2021

Tansy (Bachelors Buttons): 29th July 2021

Silver Washed Fritillary on a wild buddleia: 29th July 2021

Red Admiral on the same buddleia: 29th July 2021

Peacock on that same buddleia bush: 29th July 2021

Humble Bumble feeding on Wood Sage: 29th July 2021

Great Willowherb: 29th July 2021

Bittersweet tangling with stinging nettles: 29th July 2021

Traveller’s Joy (Old Man’s Beard or Wild Clematis): 29th July 2021

That’s all folks… for today

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15 Responses to Tuesday Treats: More Flutters Than Flowers

  1. Sadje says:

    Thanks for sharing these lovely pictures

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  2. Good work catching the flutterers.

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  3. You were blessed with an abundance of butterflies that day

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  4. Dale says:

    Oh my goodness! So many varieties of Flutterers! And how nice of them to stay still enough for you to capture. Beautiful mix of flowers and flutterers 🙂

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  5. Nope, Not Pam says:

    After a rainy day these are a joy to look at 🙂

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