Monday, 16 October 2017

Autumn Flutters

The middle of October, a temperature of 20 celsius, a partially sunny day. 
These are ingredients for a few butterfly sightings of the species that still fly during that period. It was not surprising then that today as I walked through a wooded area of the Parkland at a spot where the sun shines through I would find some. Within a few metres of each other I found a ........

Red Admiral.



....and a Comma.




12 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos here Roy, love this time of year for spotting butterflies! - Tasha

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  2. Lovely photos so nice to see there are still Butterflies about, we have had the odd one as it's sill quite warm.
    Amanda xx

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  3. Hey Roy.. Beautiful photo's!!! Nice to have some around for a few more shot's not that you haven't had your luck when it comes to butterflies. :)

    Grace

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  4. A little bit of sun to warm things up and nature can't help but put on a show for us. You've captured some pleasing images Roy, I really like the Autumn colours in the Comma shots...[;o)

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    1. Thanks Trevor, yes I liked the autumn ones in particular.

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