Today we headed down to Lincolnshire for brown hairstreak at Chambers Farm Woods, a well known site for this scarce butterfly and probably the closest site to me. The wind was a constant nuisance throughout the day making macro photography a particular challenge but in the end, we did find a couple of brown hairstreaks that performed. One was high in an oak tree and the other, a female, obligingly fed low down on angelica. We had a good list of butterflies while we there, including purple hairstreak, and also hoverflies and a carpet moth. This is just a selection of images from the day, including a shot of greater bindweed amongst golden rod which I thought made a nice composition.