A male Chalk Hill Blue Butterfly, Polyommatus coridon, at Pewley Down Nature Reserve in Guildford.

A male Chalk Hill Blue Butterfly, Polyommatus coridon, at Pewley Down Nature Reserve in Guildford.

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Pewley Down Nature Reserve in Guildford, an area of chalk grassland with far reaching views.

Pewley Down Nature Reserve in Guildford, an area of chalk grassland with far reaching views.

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A close up of Winnie the Pooh playing pooh sticks in the Botanica World Discoveries: Winnie the Pooh Begins His Journey Garden.

A close up of Winnie the Pooh playing pooh sticks in the Botanica World Discoveries: Winnie the Pooh Begins His Journey Garden.

A male Chalk Hill Blue Butterfly, or Polyommatus coridon, feeding on Origanum vulgare, also known as wild marjoram, at Pewley Down Nature Reserve in Guildford.

A male Chalk Hill Blue Butterfly, or Polyommatus coridon, feeding on Origanum vulgare, also known as wild marjoram, at Pewley Down Nature Reserve in Guildford.

A male Chalk Hill Blue Butterfly, Polyommatus coridon, feeding on Origanum vulgare, also known as wild marjoram, at Pewley Down Nature Reserve in Guildford.

A male Chalk Hill Blue Butterfly, Polyommatus coridon, feeding on Origanum vulgare, also known as wild marjoram, at Pewley Down Nature Reserve in Guildford.

This is a lovely garden from Botanica World Discoveries: Winnie the Pooh Begins His Journey.  This sweet garden was awarded a Gold Medal from the RHS Judges and was awarded the accolade of being the Best Historic Garden.

This is a lovely garden from Botanica World Discoveries: Winnie the Pooh Begins His Journey. This sweet garden was awarded a Gold Medal from the RHS Judges and was awarded the accolade of being the Best Historic Garden.

A male Chalk Hill Blue Butterfly, or Polyommatus coridon, as is its scientific name, feeding on Origanum vulgare at Pewley Down Nature Reserve in Guildford.

A male Chalk Hill Blue Butterfly, or Polyommatus coridon, as is its scientific name, feeding on Origanum vulgare at Pewley Down Nature Reserve in Guildford.

A beautiful male Chalk Hill Blue Butterfly, the scientific name for this butterfly is Polyommatus coridon.  You can see this male has suffered a small amount of damage to the lower part of one of its wings.

A beautiful male Chalk Hill Blue Butterfly, the scientific name for this butterfly is Polyommatus coridon. You can see this male has suffered a small amount of damage to the lower part of one of its wings.

A day flying moth, possibly a Six-Spot Burnet, Zygaena filipendulae, feeding on Centaurea scabiosa, also known as Greater Knapweed, at Pewley Down Nature Reserve in Guildford.

A day flying moth, possibly a Six-Spot Burnet, Zygaena filipendulae, feeding on Centaurea scabiosa, also known as Greater Knapweed, at Pewley Down Nature Reserve in Guildford.

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