On a very dull cloudy and not so warm day I was walking across a piece of heathland and for a brief and only period the sun came out.
Butterflies suddenly appeared from where ever they were tucked away.
I watched this female Large White below fly on to a patch of Field Scabius flowers and start to feed.
When the sun disappeared this butterfly below that I had been photographing pitched and clung on the yellow flower (Hairy St John's-wort) in the photo.
Eventually, due to the colder wind and dull weather it appeared to shut down, not moving at all.