Wednesday, 31 August 2016

Willow Beauty Pale Form, Peribatodes rhomboidaria.

This year I've had my first Willow Beauty Pale Form. It was on the inside of our door. It was showing its antennae, it's the first time I've ever seen them extended. I thought I'd show them.


Willow Beauty Pale Form.

2 comments:

David Sutcliffe said...

Very nice shots. Lovely moths and they just seem to rest quietly while the Large Y U/w's buzz about crashing into everything !

Gordon Jackson said...

Sorry David, I missed your comment. Thank you. I agree about Willow Beauties, they are quite sedate, giving you time to take good shots. Y U/wings seem a bit crazy. Mind you I like to take photos of slow moving or stationary subjects, like lichen, fungi and snails. If you've not seen my own blog, take a look around it here:


http://gordonartphotoand3dsci-fi.blogspot.co.uk/