Posted on August 2, 2016
By Michael Griffiths
Category: Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve
It is so beautiful………….
Thank you Vikey.
Thank you for your appreciation.
What a gorgeous butterfly.
Thanks! Glad you like it, Maralee.
That is a great shot!
A real beauty 😀 They’re being shy around here!
Insects are in short supply this year, Sarah.
I’ve noticed!!! Doing the butterfly count really brings it home. Some are doing better than others but the timing all seems a bit off. We’re doing well in this area for gatekeepers, meadow browns and small skippers. Only just started seeing commas!!
Swings and roundabouts I suppose, Sarah.
It is indeed!
I am always imagined the thrill of seeing a peacock butterfly. How blessed you are to have seen one, and how miraculous a photograph. Breathtaking.
Thanks Roger. Peacock butterflies are common around Kidderminster.
I was blessed to see and photograph a Milbert’s Tortoise Shell last year.
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