30 Days Wild Day 2

Its turned into a lovely warm sunny day today, just the sort of day Rose Chafer beetles like to take advantage of the newly opened pyracantha flowers by the front door. When they fly they’re like small ungainly remote controlled planes, and make a racket, but when they’re purposefully harvesting the flower pollen they can be quite hard to spot. They’re not around for a long – often just a few days, then we don’t see them again til next year. They’re very beautiful though, and another measure of the seasons passing by in the street.


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