Wood Sorrel

By KarenFB
I've just come back from a walk down by the pond. It is gorgeous out there! Wandering amongst all the Primroses, Celendines and Wood Sorrel was a real treat!

The bugs have started coming out now, on my wander I saw several different Hover Flies, a Peacock Butterfly and a Bee Fly (of which I only caught it's bum, so not for sharing today).

I thought I would share this Wood Sorrel instead (hopefully I shall be able to get a decent Bee Fly image soon!).

Tags: Flower Flowers and plants Wood sorrel


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boov Plus
3 2 United Kingdom
15 Apr 2013 2:28PM
Lovely shot.. brill

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15 Apr 2013 2:31PM
Great detail and light. A pretty image......Sandy
CarolG Plus
9 192 18 Greece
15 Apr 2013 3:17PM
Such a delicate little flower, Karen, and perfectly captured. All I've managed with bee flies is a totally oof set of images so far Smile. The one time I could have caught one at rest on my leg was when I didn't have my camera to hand Sad Carol
johnke 3 223 15
15 Apr 2013 3:29PM
Well captured Karen , detail in the white a fantastic DOF , a really beautiful image...John
SlowSong Plus
7 5.8k 29 England
15 Apr 2013 4:07PM
Saw my first butterfly of the year yesterday. Think that was a peacock too although it fluttered away so fast I didn't get a good look. But did have a huge bumble bee sunbathing on my front path today. Smile

SUch a pretty flower, Karen.
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Lovely capture.
KarenFB Plus
9 4.6k 167 England
15 Apr 2013 4:36PM
Thanks everyone! Grin

Okay, re: Bee Fly.................the race is on!!!! Wink
16 Apr 2013 7:39AM
BeautifulSmile
Glostopcat Plus
9 255 2 England
16 Apr 2013 5:31PM
A lovely image of spring Karen, it looks like you are ahead of us further South although I did see my first bumblebees of the year today and a peacock and brimstone butterfly. As for catching the bee fly on camera you have no chance it bee flying far too fast for your little compact to snap!Wink
KarenFB Plus
9 4.6k 167 England
16 Apr 2013 5:35PM
Grin Lol!! Thanks Edmund!

A Brimstone!! I've never seen one!

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