Posted on August 31, 2019
Tomorrow is the first day of Autumn, meteorologically speaking, and a whole fifteen months since I’ve posted any of my Nature pictures. It’s been a mixed kind of Summer, heatwaves and torrential rain, but we still managed to get out quite a lot. Here’s a small sample of the mini-beasties we saw.
From the top left: Gatekeeper butterfly, Purple Bar moth, Common Darter damselfly, Hoverfles, Magpie Moth laying eggs, Mating Burnet moths, Red Admiral butterfly, Brimstone butterfly, Comma butterfly, Small Copper butterfly, Peacock butterfly.
Click on the thumbnails to see the insects in their full glory!
Category: Butterflies, Dragons and Damsels, Insects, Uncategorized Tagged: Brimstone butterfly, Comma butterfly, Common Darter damselfly, Gatekeeper butterfly, Hoverflies, insects, Magpie Moth laying eggs, Mating Burnet moths, nature, Painted Lady Butterfly, Peacock butterfly, Purple Bar moth, Red Admiral Butterfly, Small Copper butterfly, summer, UK, wildlife