Monday 15 June 2020

Return to the Orchids

Today I ran back to Beacon Hill Reserve in order to try and take better photos of the orchids for identification purposes.

It was a hot, tight chested sort of run of 7.6km there and back, with my nose absolutely streaming all the way - I think hot weather hayfever is something I'm going to have to put up with now.

It is pretty clear that the orchids are indeed of the southern marsh variety - they have unspotted leaves. Sadly they are now past their best.

I found a lovely fresh ringlet butterfly for you today. It's markings are the clearest I have ever seen.


All text and images copyright CreamCrackeredNature 15.06.20

1 comment:

  1. Lovely photos. I've never seen a ringlet with such amazing markings before!