Photo taken only a couple of yards away from yesterday’s slug, and at the same time.
The recent damp weather has encouraged all the slugs and snails to come out.
A nightshade plant with the unripe fruit (above) and the flowers (below) showing at the same time.
The pale yellow skin of this frog made its presence fairly obvious – an effect heightened by the white feather sticking to it as a tail.
The middle of July, and already these hazelnuts are beginning to ripen.
This bumblebee gathering nectar from a thistle flower.
A smaller insect can just be made out on this flower.
These insects can be found walking along on the surface of ponds.
Water lilies are now fully out, like this one on the pond at Wightwick Manor a couple of weeks back.
The ragged wings of this moth probably show it has been around for a while.
This small and inconspicuous inkcap was growing on wood chippings mulch.
Beautiful tiny blue flowers.
The new season’s keys are beginning to ripen on ash trees.