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The Green-veined White Pieris napi and Orange-tip Anthocharis cardamines are both common butterflies preferring damp areas with lush vegetation. On this occasion, they have alighted on a Lady’s Smock flower Cardamine pratensis, also common in damp areas. All these flower species occur in hedgerows, ditches, banks of rivers, lakes and ponds, damp meadows, moorland and woodland ridges and edges.

Photograph by Richard Fox

About Richard Fox

Richard started photographing landscapes as a hobby in 2012. With a keen interest in weather phenomena as part of his compositions, Richard spent most of that time capturing Dartmoor in Devon then moving to Stirling in Scotland where he now enjoys visiting what Scotland has to offer from the peaks to the coastline, highlands and islands.

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