There’s an Adonis Blue Polyommatus bellargus on the rocks:
Then there’s one on the plants:
What an incredible colour they are. It’s the sort of colour which makes you think that there’s no way any artificial material could ever look like that.
They are such a contrast when they close their wings:
There’s still just a sliver of blue which shines through.
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