Thursday, 21 May 2020

Blue on the Slopes

The third and final Post regarding butterfly images shot over two days at the Cerne Abbas Giant, Dorset.

Searching the lower slopes at the Giant requires the agility of a Mountain Goat.


Only one butterfly features in this post, the Common Blue.










More views of the lower slopes.



A blue flower that grows on the slopes is the Heath Milkwort.


Views from the lower slopes towards the West.





14 comments:

  1. Wonderful countryside and some fine butterfly pics too. Thanks, Roy.

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  2. Hi, beautiful photos of this blue butterfly. I like them. Last year we had one in our street.

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  3. Beautiful landscape.
    And the blue is stunning. (I have seen only one)
    Great shots
    regards, Maria

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  4. Beautiful countryside Roy adn this butterfly is not easy to capture but you did a grand job. Stay safe adn have a wonderful weekend.

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  5. Hi Roy, the area looks beautiful and lovely. It reminds me of my holidays inn Britain when I was a girl. The blue skies and the Common blue are also wonderfull, although this butterfly is çommon', I still think it's one of the prettiest species I see every year.

    Enjoy your weekend,
    Marianne

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  6. Hi Roy!!! Beautiful landscape and images... Be safe...

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