Vanessa atalanta (Red Admiral)
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.
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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!
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Writes quirky novels, speculative flash fiction, haiku and tanka. Nature lover. Novice photographer. Allotment freak. Mezzo soprano. British eccentric.
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