These honeysuckle flowers have come completely.
And these (above and below) different stages before they are fully developed.
One of the several species of ragwort. I didn’t hang around long enough to try to identify the species more precisely.
Another large frog making itself comfortable in a makeshift bird bath.
A bracket fungus, growing from tree trunks. In my opinion, it takes a lot of effort to see a resemblance to a saddle.
A Small White butterfly and a bumblebee feeding.
Larger than its more common relative. In my opinion, the flowers look more delicate.
This series of pictures is of a Green Veined White butterfly feeding.
The classic weed of derelict ground.
Fungi can occur at any time of year, depending on species, but the summer is a relatively lean time.
This specimen was visible over a garden wall, but couldn’t be approached closely enough for the precise species to be identified.
The morning was cool and damp. so this bee seemed unconcerned as I got in near enough for this close-up.
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.