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Sarah is a British eccentric who writes offbeat fiction, haiku and tanka poetry. When stuck for words, she sketches or paints instead. She's into nature conservation, sustainability, gardening, dogs, natural health, and reading. Her sociability is something that happens in short bursts with long breathing spaces in between. View all posts by Sarah Potter Writes
8 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday — British Butterfly, November (Global Warming?)”
We are still getting butterflies in our garden too Sarah and my geraniums are flourishing. Beautiful butterfly, but this isn’t natural for a British November, no way…
I was too hot wearing my coat out walking today. Have just had the backdoor to my house wide open all morning and am wearing a short-sleeved shirt! Perhaps lunch in the garden should be next on the agenda?
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Haha…yes, may as well get the Pimms out if this continues… 😉
Super shot, Sarah. The beauty perched on the rust. 🙂
Yes, more rust, Sylvia; although just a coincidence, following on my earlier post dedicated to the subject of rust. I only had eyes for the butterfly when I took the picture, and only noticed the rust (plus a sneaky bit of spider-web in the mouth of the pole) once the photo was on my PC.
summer back again!!?
Our pretend summer in the UK is meant to be disappearing next week, with plummeting temperatures. Poor butterflies D:. Also, our squirrels seem to be suffering from a false sense of security, too, so I hope they’ve finished stocking their larders!