This photo, made with a macro lens like the other ones in this blog post, shows a southern marsh orchid in the Heempark on 28 June 2015.
As we entered the park, a robin singing.
In a ditch, mallards, and a coot couple with a nest.
A flock of long-tailed tits in a tree.
A juvenile robin cleaning its feathers on a branch.
Chaffinch and blackcap singing.
A lesser black-backed gull flying overhead.
A chiffchaff sings.
Quite some southern marsh orchid flowers.
Greater yellow rattle flowers.
While field bindweed intertwines with other plants.
Ring-necked parakeets call.
A common carder bee. Honeybees. Hoverflies.
Another orchid. Also a southern marsh orchid; but of the rare variety Dactylorhiza majalis subsp. praetermissa var. junialis.
Bladder campion flowering; with field horsetail in the background of this photo.
On this photo, field horsetails are the main subject.
A blackbird sings.
A Muscovy duck walks past.
Wild strawberry fruits along the footpath.
Milk-parsley: partially still flowering, in other plants the flowers are already gone.
Near the milk-parsley plants many small beautiful beetles: green dock leaf beetles.
Orchids in Dutch Drenthe province: here.