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Know your moths and your<br />Climbing Sailor<br />Ivy-leaved Toadflax<br />Ivywort<br />Kenilworth Ivy<br />Mother-of-millions
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Not a rarity but I think my moth was a Feathered Thorn. I think even on my pic you can make out the "feathered" antennae.

Good site this for UK Butterfly and Moth ID

https://butterfly-conservation.org/moth ... s_moth%3A2
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Sometimes when you free up your hands by holding the camera under your chin, and put the shutter on a 10-second delay, the image turns out exactly as you intend.
The childlike joy of long shadows on the beach
The childlike joy of long shadows on the beach

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Black skies and heavy rain all night, suddenly the sun's out. :)
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Hawkchurch Devon this morning, just up the road to us.
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Ten minutes after I posted the 'sun's out' picture it was back to black and heavy downpours which continued all day. :(
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and the next one please
and the next one please
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I mentioned on the Whatsthisthen thread that I went for a Sunday roast yesterday but I didn't say that I had been disappointed! I chose the pork with apple sauce but after being served I was told they had run out of crackling which I had requested!! So in order to make up for it I popped out for a quiet lunch to have some contemplative time, resulting in my post on the first day thread, and enjoyed the nearest thing I could find!! :-D
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How now Brown Cow
How now Brown Cow
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Any old Iron
Any old Iron
An old Ash, and a nice bright berried Holly
An old Ash, and a nice bright berried Holly
Striking November colour on the grasses, against a bright sky and a little silver Micra
Striking November colour on the grasses, against a bright sky and a little silver Micra
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NewcastleFalcon wrote:
02 Nov 2021, 19:48
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An unashamed plug for a thread I started earlier which may have slipped under the radar!! :)
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No it hasn't. It takes a bit of time to answer all the questions but it is a very thin wedge that will come back and affect us all if we don't do something now.
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Churned up by the recent spate
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NewcastleFalcon wrote:
03 Nov 2021, 17:46
Churned up by the recent spate

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I suspect s fragment of one of these an Apothecary measuring bottle
Antique Boots the Chemist Table Spoons Apothecary bottle<br />Circa 1920’s
Antique Boots the Chemist Table Spoons Apothecary bottle
Circa 1920’s
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