After the botanical garden of 16 September 2013 in Liguria, Italy, 17 September 2013, more to the north, around Olivetta village.
Again, a wall lizard near a flower-pot.
A male small white butterfly along the path.
A brown and white butterfly on a wall.
Today, again downstream, to the abandoned village Bussare.
On the butterfly-bush near the bridge, a small white.
In the old tyre on the riverside pebbles, this time we don’t see reptiles, like three days ago.
In a quiet part of the mostly fast stream, small fish.
When we look at the old tyre again five minutes later, there is a reptile: a wall lizard. Then, it hides inside one of the holes in the tyre.
After we have passed the bridge, a Jersey tiger moth.
Along the old footpath to Bussare, a small irrigation canal; with pondskaters.
We approach Bussare. No sign of inhabitants. Only some holidaymakers.
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amazing photo’s dear kitty : )
Thanks for your kind words, and reblog 🙂
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