In spite of the grey skies we ventured out to Cissbury Ring. A hundred yards or so up the gentle path up the hill a female Wall butterfly landed on the chalky substrate and generously opened it wings for some great photo opportunities. Others seen were Large Whites, Common Blues, Ringlets and Gatekeepers.
male Panorpa communis, a Scorpionfly. The bulbous rear end is the male genitalia
Wayfaring tree. The fruit turn from red to black and are mildly toxic.