surprisingly sunny. Here I have a shot of the quaker. It's a tiny
butterfly that lurks about the undergrowth in our forests.
When it flies, the near-black upperside contrasts with
its white underside, making it sparkle as it flits close to the
ground. They often fly in shady and dim conditions. The
quaker is an uncommon species here. They are
usually restless, but this time it came down to puddle.
This may be one of our smallest butterflies, but it is by no means
uninteresting. There is so much minute detail squeezed into this