I've been neglectful of my bridge camera photography lately, so recently I've been trying to remedy that, especially now that with better weather there is more to photograph.
The bees and butterflies in the park have certainly proved a rewarding, if frustrating occupation; to get a shot of a resting brimstone is an absolute miracle and even the small tortoiseshells who sometimes give you a chance, have been fast moving, presumably not finding a lot to guzzle on in each lesser celandine.
Likewise that female tawny mining bee. These things have been hurtling around everywhere there is accessible dry ground to burrow in, so to catch one at rest was pretty amazing!
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