|Above is a black-veined white butterfly (Aporia crataegi) common in Europe and North Africa. According to my little book it existed in southern England until the 1920s but is now extinct.|
Below is a female Pieris enjoying her Valerian lunch.
|The hummingbird moth below is using his lengthy proboscis to extract his lunch.|
|France like England likes to plant a colourful wild flower selection along its roadsides.|
|Nature's colours always seem to work well together!|
|The long toes of lizards really amaze me!|
|Now here're some interesting shapes, colours and textures!|
|The moth above is the sun-loving and widespread Six-spot Burnet while the one below is a Cinnabar. Both were photographed flying in daytime.|