Wednesday, 5 August 2015
YOU SAW ME STANDING ALONE.
I have stayed local this week my longest journey being to Sandwich Bay,a walk or two over the cliffs and to Temple Ewell have provided enough interest to share with you.
BLUE MOON-not really blue but it was the second full moon in July,this happens infrequently,hence "once in a blue moon"
PEACOCK a new generation is emerging.
YELLOWHAMMER carrying food.
HAREBELLS IN BLOOM
HOLLY BLUE SECOND GENERATION
MUNKEBO MAERSK BY THE VARNE-Bolougne Cathedral can be seen on the far left.
LARGE WHITE EGG LAYING ON WILD CABBAGE.
CHALK HILL BLUES MATING
COMMON BLUES have had a lean time in spring,second generation now emerging.
Hope they have a better late season.
COMMON BLUE WING DETAIL
FEMALE CHALKHILL BLUE
At last the Silver Spotted Skipper has emerged
THE WALL the second generation of the year
SOUTHERN HAWKER-ST MARGARETS
YOUNG GREEN WOODPECKER.
SNIPE RESTING AT REST HARROW SCRAPE
LITTLE RINGED PLOVER
FEMALE RED CRESTED POCHARD
THE WALL -SAMPHIRE HOE
FEMALE COMMON BLUE AT THE HOE-a colour variation.
ANOTHER BRICK IN THE WALL
ADONIS BLUE CATERPILLAR being tended by red ants
FLEDGLING BLACK REDSTARTS AT THE HOE.
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