3 days of sunshine & Butterflies galore. Well, not really but we did see 3 Brimstones a Red Admiral & a Peacock. I did get a shot of the Brimstone flying, but I think trying to photograph Butterflies in flight is one of the first signs of madness. Anyway, it's high time I started this thread.
This is the link to last years thread https://community.rspb.org.uk/wildlife/f/all-creatures/196195/beautiful-butterflies-2018/1219455#1219455
Hazel in the Gironde estuary, France
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We had a lovely walk around yesterday & saw dozens of Brimstones, a couple of Red Admirals & Peacocks & 4 (at least) large Tortoiseshell butterflies. Photos to follow!
Firstly a distant one
& then a close-by but closed
& finally almost open & close-by
Sunny days are here again, tra, la la, la la.......
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Noisette, thank you for starting off this years thread.
It's a little early here for butterflies, but it won't be long before we start seeing a few.
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In reply to Noisette:
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