Peacocks on Blackthorn Blossom

Day two of Coronavirus lockdown. Well, the government said we are allowed to go for a walk to exercise once a day so I did yesterday. I live just about 10 metres from a nature reserve ( Railway Land Lewes) so off I went and found a row of large Blackthorn bushes covered in blossom. The bush, and the blossom, is very similar to Hawthorn but the hawthorn doesn't blossom until a bit later when it's leaves are open. There were five Peacock butterflies here and all were very shy and nervous of my slightest movement. I will go again today to photograph some ore and maybe the several types of bees that were there too.

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