The images below of moths and butterflies found in August, are reproduced from the diary section of our DVD-ROM released in November 2008. Titled ” In A Different Light -A Garden’s Moths and Butterflies – A Photographic Diary”, all the images are copyrighted to us. Please contact us if you’re interested in purchasing a copy of the DVD-ROM, including a separate CD of the Dawn Chorus in our Garden for £10 plus P&P. There is much more information, and the images are of a much higher quality than the ones uploaded to the blog, on the DVD-ROM. There is additional information and reviews of the DVD-ROM on the Garden Moths ‘parent’ page, at the top of the home page.
The moths and butterflies are arranged in 4 size groupings – Large, Medium, Small, Tiny in each month, and the landscape, flower and ‘Moth Art’ images indicate a change of size category:
… Posted 3/03/2013…
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enthralling & inspired me to try to do justice to the Dorset moths & butterflies, so many this year. Thank you both
Thanks for the really nice comment, and I’m glad that you’ve been inspired to have a look – this was really why I ended up putting this project on – line, I’ve had such a lot of fun over the years discovering what amazing things are out there, but hidden to the casual or uninformed observer.
It does indeed seem to be turning into a bumper butterfly and moth year, which is a welcome relief after recent wash outs!
Julian and Fiona