...in a small preserve area close to the Tauber Valley.
Today it's raining cats and dogs.
But yesterday my sweetheart and I enjoyed one of these perfect summer evenings with perfect mix of temperature, wind, sunshine and great nature.
Strolling along a narrow foot path of our small natural reserve was like a short getaway from daily routine.
As a reward making a stand against gravity and getting up from our sofa we had plenty of accidental meetings with the local "population": grashoppers, butterflies and various beautiful floral gems.
Here's a pair of Marbled White (Melanargia galathea) butterflies we call 'Schachbrett' (literally translated into chess board) in German.
The umbels of this species of grass glowed in the light of the low evening sun.
And here comes a trio of purple beauties...
brown knapweed - Centaurea jacea - Wiesen-Flockenblume
I assume this might be one of the Gymnadenia orchid species, but I'm not absolutely sure...
...and even here I was not sure what kind of beauty I had I front of my lens.
Does anybody know????
Ok, even the most beautiful evening must come to an end.
I hope you enjoyed our evening stroll.
A pleasant weekend to all of you!