Overblog Follow this blog
Edit post Administration Create my blog

Published by jack elliot


Nature in a summer's evening.


Beyond the hedgehog the pink betony raises its tall aquare stems on which, here and there, cuckoo-spit  insects have made their coverings of foam.


These creatures suck the sap of plants, some of which they spit out and so live in a moist house of their own making.


On one of the betony leaves a female drinker moth is resting,and to her flies the male.


His deeply-combed antennae have helped him sense her wherabouts.


Other moths can just be seen as specks against the dark depths of the wood. 

Comment on this post