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Monday, October 20, 2008

Some Insect photos from last month.

Last month I finally saw the Red Admiral Butterfly I had been hoping to spot this summer. It took me long enough, even though I am living right within its favourite veggie shop, so to speak.
These photos I took on one of my trips to the bay. It was the Little Egret photos which, on that day, took precedence.

I stopped when I spotted a Bee walking from one head of Hedge Parsley flowers to the next, smaller head of the same plant. So of course, I had to stop and watch it sample the different wares on offer.

Before, at the shingle strand, where the Wild Strawberries grow beside the bridge, I spotted these,

A Red Admiral Butterfly, Vanessa atalanta

Wild Strawberry:

I still have some pictures of the late Bees and other Insects I encountered on the 26th of last month.

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