Today In The Garden ~ Dinner Rush Or should I say sugar rush. The bees and peacock butterflies were certainly tucking in when I went into the garden at lunch time. The Doronicum is clearly dish of the day. copyright 2020 Tish Farrell Share this:PrintTumblrPinterestMoreFacebookTwitterLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
34 thoughts on “Today In The Garden ~ Dinner Rush”
Wonderful shots. Looks like a very popular restaurant. 😃
Certainly was popular today. Clouds of butterflies everywhere.
Two[+] odd but beautiful friends feasting! 🙂 xo
I liked that too. At one point there was a bee and a butterfly on the same flower, but the bee didn’t want to share.
Well… maybe the bee was into social distancing! 😉
I think it was 🙂
Then first photograph is such a great composition.
Cheers, Ark. I think the butterflies dictated it 🙂
delightful shots! 🙂
Thanks, Lola 🙂
Lovely shots Tish.
Thank you, Sue.
Stunning photos. what’s your secret! Whenever I try to photograph butterflies they fly off a split second before I press the shutter button.
Hello John. A week or so ago they were being very ‘flighty’ or closing their wings when one tried to ‘snap’ them, but yesterday they were being very obliging and staying still as per photos. Maybe as the season goes on, eating becomes more important than ‘running away’.
Lovely peacocks. I still haven’t seen a single one this year, they must all be in the West Midlands!
Very nice colours. Thank you. Glad to see the butterflies and bees are still around.
Yes, lots of good bugs at the Farrell establishment.
Fabulous photos, Tish! Reminds me it’s almost breakfast time 🙂 🙂
🙂 Have a happy day, Jo.
Meeting a friend for coffee this morning. There might even be cake 🤔💕
Cake! I’ve actually made one – ginger, and have a chum coming round today to eat it too.
A good year for butterflies 🙂
Great Photos The butterfly’s are nuts at my place too
Stay well and Laugh when you can
Laugh more, yes, that’s v. sound advice. Many thanks, Mr. Ohh.
Thank you for calling in, Sheri.