A Selection of Animal ‘Trios’ from Fife

Continuing my theme of ‘Trios’ from Fife, as part of the Weekly Photographic Challenge – Trio, here is four photos of animals & insects in threesomes.

The first two photos are of cows (or coos in Scottish!) on a misty summer morning in a field above Glenrothes.

Trio of Scottish Coos in the Mist

Trio of Scottish Coos in the Mist

Trio of Fife Coos in the Mist

Trio of Fife Coos in the Mist

 

The next photo is of three mallard ducks (2 male 1 female) on a small drainage pond below Markinch, near Glenrothes.

Trio of Mallard on Pond near Glenrothes

Trio of Mallard on Pond near Glenrothes

 

The final photo is of a trio of soldier beetles (Rhagonycha fulva) on some thistles (two of the beetles are out of focus – the orange splodges)

Trio of Soldier Beetles (Rhagonycha fulva) on thistles

Trio of Soldier Beetles (Rhagonycha fulva) on thistles

 

 

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42 thoughts on “A Selection of Animal ‘Trios’ from Fife

  1. Such amazing captures Andy! I love the misty shots. You must have gotten up quite early to get those stunning shots and it’s nice to know what cows are called in Scottish. Very interesting.

    Great choice for the Trio challenge indeed. Thanks for sharing. 😀

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