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Tag Archives: Butterflies
Details seen on the second part of walk 22nd March 2022. Enjoy. If you’ve seen this week’s Sunday Picture Post, then you’ll know we saw LOTS of daffodils I’d like to tell you what kind of flowers these will be … Continue reading
Flowers from our walk of 19th July. Hot arable land. That’s all for now folks. Hope you enjoyed
That’s all folks. Until next week. Hope you enjoyed this little visit to the flowers of my child-days
We had done this walk before. Bus to Lowestoft, bus out to Oulton Village, then walk by greenways and the occasional backroads to Hopton and bus back home. 10 miles. We were expecting to find loads of fungi. These “tufts” … Continue reading
She does not weave and neither does she spin… or in more modern words, she doesn’t wear makeup and fancy clothes. Yet her beauty is undeniable. Natural Beauty: one of the titles in #2019picoftheweek challenge. For details see MariaAntonia
From dragons… to damsels… to butterflies that strike arrogant poses… and those that try to hide… We walked from Oulton Village (north Lowestoft) via Flixton Marshes, Somerleyton, Ashby and Lound to Hopton. So many butterflies, so many great shots, it … Continue reading
A meadow brown butterfly rests upon a head of unripe blackberries, a perfect blend of colours. And the meadow brown as more often seen: at rest in a meadow.
Poised, ready for flight, this Painted Lady butterfly frequents hogweed, which on Monday’s walk we found in abundance. So, too, the butterflies. And this one obliged by holding still.
‘Oh wow!’ exclaimed the camera-cluttered photographer, ‘how am I ever to capture this?’ With his camera setting changed to “burst”—what more could he do—he followed the mercurial mating dance of the brimstone butterfly. 38 words Written for Sammi’s Weekend Writing … Continue reading