After a long day of travelling, I was happy leaving the highway. Near the highway exit I stopped to take something from the car trunk and noticed some Great Burnet plants. More for fun I took a look and started to dance when I noticed a Dusky Large Blue on Great Burnet. A few seconds later I noticed two females Scarce Large Blue who were laying eggs on/in the flower buds. Again I started dancing….unfortunately my camera was packed well in the car so I had continue without one photo…..but, my first trip was fixed up.
My second trip was the place of the Dusky Large Blues which I discovered last year. Leaving in the dark has the (dis) advantage that I had no idea about the weather; so arrived in thick grey clouds on the butterfly spot….the same weather which I had last year. Although it rained during the night, the butterflies started moving directly as soon as I came too close. What a surprise when I found one single Scarce Large Blue between all the Dusky Large Blues.
Jibt dir dit Leben mal een Buff, denn weene keene Träne. Lach Dir'n Ast und setz Dir druff und baumle mit de Beene.