Yesterday I took part in a 'bioblitz', where we tried to record as many species as we could in 24 hours. As I sat having lunch, this Ringed Carpet moth - Cleora cinctaria - flew onto the wall and proceeded to become invisible:
Later, as I walked the dogs (I'm a glutton for punishment), I spotted this Mirid bug - Stenodema laevigata - on the emerging flowerhead of Cocksfoot grass:
Both species are extremely well camouflaged, I think.
I have roughly 700 images from the bioblitz to work through, so things might go quiet for a short while....