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Tuesday, 4 April 2017

Comma at Cromwell Bottom 26.03.17


This beauty was fluttering around the reeds on a gorgeous sunny day at Cromwell Bottom. A week later we were lucky enough to spot a Brimstone as we walked by the river, but weren't lucky enough to snap it with our cameras! A Peacock is usually the first butterfly of the year that I see, but I haven't seen one yet.

3 comments:

Philip said...

That's good Annie. I saw a Comma in our garden at Tod on 2nd April and a Peacock on the same day. Small Tortoiseshell are about as well.

Steve Blacksmith said...
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Steve Blacksmith said...

Colourful - good against the dead reed flower!
Well captured Annie, amazing what you can do with an iPhone.