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I live in a camper van with a couple of West Highland Terriers for company.
My passion is photography but it is a work in progress.
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Tuesday, 30 July 2019

PAINTED LADY.

These are welcome immigrants. It is years since I have seen one and this morning there were dozens of them. These were feeding on Privet but I saw others eating Thistles.


 I hope that these are Painted Ladies. They are backlit by the early sun and whatever they are they are more than welcome.
A great find for me. Made my day.

PS. I missed one and don't want to waste it. Had to bin three blurry ones. After all these years I still think in film count.
I see the Greata Thunderbird is sailing to the climate symposium in America. Hows she coming home? That should be fun as it's a fast yacht made of Carbon and Kevlar, it relies on Satellites for navigation and communication; that with it's manufacture probably put slightly less obnoxious gas into the air than she does. Still never miss an opportunity to virtue signal, it's what leftards do. She looks a bit Special to me, a younger version of that nasty twat Jared O'Mara. Not to worry she gives the snowflakes and soy boys someone to drool over. I hope they don't find a hurricane. They can be a bit naughty for a greenhorn sailor. No problem if she's a vegan what comes up will be difficult to distinguish from what went down. Like my dogs she will just lap it up.
Have fun. 

6 comments:

  1. A nice Butterfly to see Adrian. A long distance traveller, with reports of a big influx from the continent appearing along the East coast in the last couple of weeks, boosted by local broods emerging too...[;o)

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    1. Trevor, I know they aren't rare in a global context but I can only recall seeing them on a couple of previous occasions and never in Scotland. I read somewhere that they travel one hundred miles a day.....Amazing.

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  2. Seems it's been a ridiculous week for Painted Ladies, Adrian. They've been arriving in the north of England in their thousands - even large numbers in town centres!

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    1. Richard I expected there to be an inundation for me to spot any. I am still pleased to see them.

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  3. We've have lots of them in Sweden this summer too!

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    1. Monica, it's obviously a good year for them. Must be something to do with the climate catastrophe.

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