|Where am I? A Large Yellow Underwing goes through 50 shades of pink|
Sorry, I'm rather messing about this morning because the moths are very routine and I am getting more pleasure out of the ritzy new pink eggbox which Penny found for me. Ella Valentine's Baking Eggs! Cor! What is a Baking Egg? How does it differ from an egg? We had a couple boiled for breakfast yesterday, and they seemed the same as all the others.
The pink is something else, though, and it certainly seems to have brought Daddy and Mummy Long-legs together, as per my second picture. Look carefully...
I tried to entice a pair of Straw Dots on to Ella Valentine for a similar sesh but one wasn't playing and flew away. But here's the other, above, and a pretty Wainscot (Update: a Common one - thanks Dave in Comments) and a slightly smudgy fruit Tortrix of some kind (Update: or rather, an Epiphyas postvittana or Light Brown Apple Moth - thanks again, Dave), below, to compensate. Curse these drab and dark early mornings; not good for the amateur moth photographer.