A nice portrait of the hoverfly Helophilus pendulus. These have calmed down now that the initial courting process has died down.
A moth that is well-known to all moth trappers: Large Yellow Underwing - Noctua pronuba. It comes readily to light and is disliked for its very rumbustuous and boistrous flight. When one of these turns up, I know my photography session is over, since everything else will be knocked off its perch or blown away.
Another new moth species for me, and one that was rather tricky to identify. Brussels Lace - Cleorodes lichenaria:
The larvae of these feed on lichens, but I suspect you might have guessed that from the name.