A phone call from Jack alerted me to the fact that a Wood Warbler was showing at Bockhill, and should be easy to photograph. When I arrived at the spot there were quite a few warblers in he area but sadly I didn't find the Wood Warbler.
Green Veined White was also represented, but all the ones I found were a bit ragged. You can see the very prominent veins, although these are not as obvious in the second brood as in the first.
Gatekeepers competed with Meadow Browns for the most numerous species present.
Commas can often be found on fruit and berries, in this case on elder, presumably feeding on the juice of the ripe berries.
I did see one Common Blue in a grassy area but along the hedge there were several Holly Blues. They seldom sit with their wings open and I only managed pictures with the wings closed.