A lively brimstone caught my eye one early afternoon by the lake. This quick flier took me some time to get a decent picture of it. Encouraged by this I went for a walk to see some other neighbors of the summer cottage. I did not have to go far, just 50 meters along the cottage road where I found a lot of them. Because of the sunny day the busy coexistence of the neighborhood showed at its best.
Brimstone – sitruunaperhonen in Finnish
Northern Wall Brown – metsäpapurikko
Scarce Copper – loistokultasiipi
Northern Blue – ketosinisiipi, a tiny, all blue from the top.
Some insects I do not recognize, in action.
I guess these were Common Bluet dragonflies – Okatytönkorennot. One of 59 species in Finland.
Fine color of Melancholy Thistle – huopaohdake.