Richard Bell’s nature diary, North Norfolk, Saturday, 8th August 2009
WE’RE OFF on our travels again and hadn’t bargained for the roads being so busy on
a fine August weekend so the Little Chef at Sutterton, near Kings Lynn, North Norfolk,
provides us with an oasis of comparative calm.
The view of a crescent of grass with shrubs and trees beyond, with its bees, butterflies
and bugs provides me with a suitably relaxing subject; a glimpse into the goings
on in the natural world.
The pale yellow butterfly was most likely a brimstone, the original ‘butter-fly’.