Many thanks to Trevor and Angie Tonry for showing us this pair of Marsh Fritillary today in the Upper Fowey Valley, Cornwall. This is a declining species and the south-west now contains about one fifth of the total national population. The butterfly is single brooded and can be seen on the wing in May and June.
Stunning images! Love the orange and green. What an eye-popping combination.ReplyDelete
Amazing shots,love the rich colouring.ReplyDelete
Stunning shots Steve. The 3rd and 4th have to be my favourites! Good to see you both.ReplyDelete
Knocked out by the last shot.ReplyDelete