Wednesday, 3 September 2014

Some Newark Butterflies and Moths for You

Butterflies are predictable. You see them by day, usually on plants or perhaps basking on a wall in a lowering autumnal sun.

Moths are different. I love finding them at night, in odd places. Pubs. Bathrooms. The doors of cake shops. The windows of Chinese takeaways. My ear.

Such variety too. They aren't scary, they are lovely!

Red admiral, Millgate brudge

"Draw me like one of your French invertebrates"

Green veined white by the River Devon

Green veined white enjoying its thistle

Unknown pug type moth, Chinese takeaway window

Willow beauty, upstairs landing

Square spot rustic, on the radiator

Don't you dare eat those jeans

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