Thursday, 21 May 2009

Up the road, afternoon, Ascension Day, and three oranges.

A sprig of Marcel's mock orange blossom to sniff at.

Young smiling Annabelle wears a sleeveless dress, richly striped orange.

Orange painted lady butterflies seem to be everywhere in abundance.


The Crow said...



Crafty Green Poet said...

beautiful, specially the orange tip butterfly, one of my favourites...

Lucy said...

Thanks for stopping!

Not orange tips, CGP, haven't seen very many of those, but an extraordinary explosion of painted ladies, which are feeding in a frenzy on our perennial wallflowers, literally dozens of them, some faded already, some fresh and bright. Faded painted ladies!