Friday, 18 September 2015

Edward IV penny, Holly Blue and Arundel

Edward IV penny, York mint
On August 30 I found my first hammered coin for ages, an Edward IV penny.
We did a walk to the pier on September 10th and I spotted a Holly Blue outside the flats on the way back. Yesterday I visited Arundel WWT again and saw another kingfisher. there were plenty of Autumn fruits.
Littlehampton train
Littlehampton beach
Holly Blue, Celastrina argiolus
Arundel WWT:
Alder buckthorn, Frangula alnus
Alder buckthorn
Blackberries, Rubus fruticosus
 Buddleia davidii
Common Froghopper, Philaenus spumarius
Garden Spider, Araneus diadematus
Guelder Rose, Viburnum Opulus
Kingfisher, Alcedo atthis
The kingfisher landed on the post for one second, took a look at the line-up in the hide and made off.
Traveller's-joy, Clematis vitalba
Trumpeter Swans, Cygnus buccinator
Trumpeter cygnet, one of four raised this year
wasp - id needed
Rosehips, Rosa species

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