Super shots Roy.
Gorgeous images. When I was on Great Saltee Island last weekend there were a lot of Red Asmiral much to my surprise.
Thanks Margaret. Its time for them now.
I saw a couple flitting about in a field on my walk last Saturday. Unfortunately, they were not as cooperative as yours were.
I think this one was resting up in the late sunny afternoon Steve.
Lovely shots Roy, I spotted one of these beauties the other day but failed to get a photo. It's hard to pick a favourite but I think the last shot is a cracker :-)
dit is genieten
Veel dank Bas
Lovely captures, Roy, I especially like the contrasting one with the blue spots in the background (the 5th from the top).
Thanks Petra, nicely spotted, I hadn't noticed that.
Saw one here this week too.
Hopefully this will be the first of many FG.
Lovely pics. I always thought the Red Admiral bred in the UK, but only recently heard people saying it was migratory. Here they hibernate over winter. Well I guess back when I lived in England I knew doodleysquit about butterflies (although this was one of the very few species I was aware of!). :-)
Thanks Mandy, I think this is one that most people know of even if they don't know the proper name.
Pictures on the deadwood il beautiful.Hugs and good nigth
Merci Nath, Je pensais que le bois faite ça intéressant.
Nice shots - I hope we'll see a few more butterflies soon!
Thanks Alison, its about time we started to see a lot more.
Gorgeous photos of this beauty!
Hey Roy... I have not seen one here yet this year. Nice ones!!Grace
Thanks GG, I have only found a few so far.
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