Saturday, June 10, 2017

10/06/2017 Busy in the kitchen today so photos at a minimum.

Maximum temperature 27C, minimum 11C. 10 kmh NW wind.  Dry
Rose.

Day Lily.

Fritillary, not sure which from this very quick photo.

Meadow Brown (Maniola jurtina)

As above.

Shield bug, (Graphosoma lineatum)

Trichodes alvearius.

Wasp.

Seeds from one of the Acer trees.

Potato flowers.

6 comments:

  1. Many of the butterflies on both sides of the Atlantic are very similar. The rose is really gorgeous.

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    1. I think many butterflies are the same worldwide. This is an exceptional rose with a superb perfume that I grew from a cutting but I have no idea what it is called! Cheers Diane

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    1. ..and a stunning perfume as well, see my comment above. Keep well Diane

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  3. Beautiful series, Diane! Thank you so much for sharing the beauty around you, I always enjoy your posts and photos.

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    1. Many thanks Linda and I enjoy sharing :-) Have a great week Diane

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