Great captures! Especially of John's new friend! I had a Variable Darner try to land on my face the other day (twice!) and because of it's size, I couldn't help but pull away as it approached to closely! He did good to stand still and let darter land. I've never seen a curlew, but we have whimbrels pass through during the fall migration, a close relative. ~karen
Great to see the Darter on John's face. The only thing i seem to get on my face is egg!!!
Super set,the Ruff is a great find.Sam
Great shots one and all! Love the Darter on John's forehead.
I like the dragonfly in the forehead. nice one.
A perfect perching spot for the dragonfly. Wonderful photo series! They are all fantastic but I especially love the pretty Wheatear.
Lovely selection of shots particulary like the Ruff shot and the Darter.
Nice masala of pictures, John and Sue. Sandwich Tern is a rare visitor here, and I'd love to see one. I take that butterfly is Comma.
Thank you all for your comments,sorry forgot to name images,so yes to your question Gallicissa it is indeed a Comma.John.
Hi everyoneThe above thanks are from myself and Sue but as our grand-son has been on the computer and left himself signed in, it has come up with his name.John
Fabulous! Love the S/Terns and the Darter on John's forehead. Nice to see the Starling too.
You've got great captures here. I think I will visit you more ofetn;)
Hi JRCan you please delete me as Disabled birder of halling and re-enter me ashttp://focusingonwildlife.blogspot.com/as my old one is no moreThanks.
Will do Ken.John.