Wednesday, 18 May 2016

Britain from A to Z - I

I must admit that I am a little stuck for images with the letter I so today we have two photos of the Isis River in Oxford and two of my favourite insect photos!
Britain A to Z - Isis River
Isis River
Folly Bridge is a stone bridge over the Isis River, now called the River Thames in Oxford, England. The bridge stands at the site of oxen ford where oxen could be driven across the River Isis, the ancient name of the reach of the Thames between Folly Bridge and Iffley Lock. This is the likely derivation of the name Oxford.
Britain A to Z - Isis Lock Bridge
Isis Lock Bridge
Isis Lock Bridge 243 on the Oxford Canal is adjacent to the lock connecting the canal with the River Thames and leads to the end of the canal at Oxford.
Britain A to Z - Insects - Fly
Insects - Fly
Macro of a fly on the petal of a lacewing hydrangea at Westonbirt Arboretum, Gloucestershire.
Britain A to Z - Insects - Butterfly
Insects - Butterfly
Small Blue Butterfly on the runner bean flowers in my garden in Bicester, Oxfordshire, England.

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