Bluebottle Butterfly

2021 Walk in the Park (Podcast 754)

Join me this week for an overdue morning in our local park, where we encountered a Green Woodpecker, along with some butterflies and a Carpenter Bee.

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Martin Bailey
Martin Bailey is a nature and wildlife photographer and educator based in Tokyo. He's a pioneering Podcaster and blogger, and an X-Rite Coloratti member.
  • David Ramsey
    Posted at 02:32h, 01 October Reply

    Wonderful photos Martin, showing what can be found during a walk in the park! I enjoyed the post.


    • Martin Bailey
      Posted at 08:58h, 01 October Reply

      Thanks, David! I’m pleased you enjoyed this. Hope all is well.

  • Bruce McDonald
    Posted at 14:50h, 01 October Reply

    Love Dahlia #1

    • Martin Bailey
      Posted at 17:11h, 01 October Reply

      Thanks, Bruce! I’m pleased you like it.

      All the best!

  • John Joseph Steadman
    Posted at 01:19h, 02 October Reply

    Thank you Martin for the post I enjoyed reading it and the images are wonderful.
    John Steadman.

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