'Bumbarrel' is an old name for the Long-tailed Tit, everyone's favourite garden bird. And the reason they're called that is for the shape of their nest. It's almost spherical, with a little hole at the front, and made from a special weave of moss, lichen, spiders' webs and feathers.
A few images taken yesterday in my garden. Still not managed to find any other Ladybird species, so here is another 7-Spot!
Field Poppies - last autumn we had a new fence installed around our garden. And, this summer these Poppiws have appeared, apparently they like disturbed ground and their seeds can lie dormant for a hundred years! Very welcome they are too :-)
This I'm guessing is the larvae of one of the Looper moths. It was tiny less than half a centimeter in length!
I think this small spider is the Common Orb Weaver, less than a centimeter in size but fascinating to watch.