Golden eagle, damselflies and blue butterflies


Common blue butterfly, Italy, 13 September 2013

13 September 2013. Still in Italy, in the afternoon after this morning. Many butterflies again. Near the small irrigation canal, eg, this beautiful common blue butterfly.

Beautiful damselflies as well, of the Calopteryx genus. Copper demoiselles?

A pheasant calls.

Then, a much bigger bird flying high in the sky. A juvenile golden eagle.

Pondskaters on the irrigation canal.

Torre, Italy, insect on flowering plant, 13 September 2013

In Torre village, a bug on a flowering plant.

Butterfly, Italy, 13 September 2013

On our way back, butterflies again. Including meadow brown.

Brown and white butterfly, Italy, 13 September 2013

Grasshopper, Italy, 13 September 2013

When we are nearly back, various grasshopper species.

Another grasshopper, Italy, 13 September 2013

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