Thursday, 11 September 2008

Morning all!

Excellent! We are all still here. Mind you, they haven't started colliding the particles underground in Switzerland yet.. Still, England beat Croatia 4-1 last night, so something has happened to the Earth's atomic structure. Meanwhile, here is a moth giving you the eye. Or two eyes. After a completely dismal night on Tuesday, things warmed up pleasantly yesterday. There were Red Admirals, Speckled Woods and a Holly Blue in the garden during the day, and the evening was almost sultry. Very mothy weather. It's drizzling now, but in the trap there were plenty of interesting things, prime among them this beautiful Pink-barred Sallow. It says in my book that it's 'common', but this is the first I've met since I was born in May 1950.

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