The White Admiral Butterfly (Limenitis camilla) is usually quite elusive.
I only found a couple of rather old and worn specimens last year on my Woodland walk.
So it was quite encouraging this week on my walk, to find two in good condition so early in the season. I have been looking for them amongst others for the last few days, hopefully there may be more to come yet. These were returning every few minutes to a batch of 'In Flower' Bramble bushes, situated in a sunny position along side a woodland ride. I would have liked a few more shots of the underside as its a colourful pattern, but when feeding they tend to mostly open flat their wings.