Small tortoiseshells on butterfly-bush

This video from England says about itself:

August 21, 2013

Filmed in the front garden from our living room window in Watton, Norfolk. It is a Small Tortoiseshell Butterfly with a brief appearance of a Large White.

The butterfly-bush flowers, farthest from the road, are also mostly gone now.

Still, this morning, the remaining flowers attracted two small tortoiseshell butterflies.

And a small white.

Small tortoiseshells in Dutch Zeeland province: here.

Zeeland wild flowers: here.

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