A Surprise Garden Visitor Today

Comma Polygonia c-album

This one of those moments when I was just about to photo a flower nestled in the back of the garden border when this beautiful Comma Polygonia c-album butterfly alighted on a flower right before my lens. It was so intent on feeding it hardly noticed me clicking away at all.

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June 2018, rear garden, Staffordshire, England. Β© Pete Hillman.

36 thoughts on “A Surprise Garden Visitor Today

  1. Great detail, Pete. I am also finding commas here. And a first for meβ€”alpine commons (Erebia epipsodea)! I’ve never noticed them before and have seen them in 3 widely separated areas in the last few days.

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      1. I have some shots but nothing worth posting β€” but they remind me that I have seen them!

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  2. Commas are such nice butterflies! i’m always so amazed how they can shine so bright one second just to become next to invisible the next (from the side then) πŸ™‚

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