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Tuesday 31 August 2010

Parthenos sylvia lilacinus

They are old and tattered. These are the first in a series, wait for awhile and you may get all of them I photographed.

Monday 30 August 2010

Sunday 29 August 2010

My journey through the country side.

Speckled Wood butterfly in the grass.
Small Copper butterfly
The Pheasant running or should I have said walking away from me, unfortunately he went and hid someplace where he thinks that I wouldn't find him. He was wrong, down along the way that I traveling along, I found him, I just was surprised as he shot off a few metres away.
A pear planted out in the country, I wonder who did it.A Ladybird.
The Greenfinch hiding.
Gatekeeper butterfly getting old, ohhhhhh!
Apple tree in the country, again somebody who likes them.

Friday 27 August 2010

Chiffchaff (Wild Lydney)

It was an absolutely shocked to catch this little fellow, he/she seemed to be happy. It darted from one leaf to another, but he stopped for a while, when it is my turn. Then, I felt happy, thanks little fella!

Thursday 26 August 2010


It drizzled all day, hence the photos. That is a beautiful place in the Forest of Dean. Some people give their sandwhiches or a chicken or even a piece of beef, not from me, I am a veggie.

Wednesday 25 August 2010

We are back to that weather, heavy rain.

Small White butterflies
Ruddy Darter (female)
Racing Pigeon
Peacock (showing his/her dark side)


And the Garden Spider engulfing a Hover-fly.

Tuesday 24 August 2010

Cormorant (Lydney Lake)

It was a windy day, sunshine and a few showers, light only. The wind seemed to blow away all the birds, never mind, it comes and goes. No stopping the Cormorant though.

Monday 23 August 2010

Sunday 22 August 2010

Common Tern (Lydney boating pool)

I keep trying to get things right, as you know, I'm not very good at aireal photography, like these two, each time I always get it wrong, like these here without wings. Never mind, I'll keep trying.

Thursday 19 August 2010

Well, it's raining again.

Blue Tits
Common Tern
Carrion Crow
Canada Goose

Guess what, I didn't go out, so, these are from the Dungeons.