This moth is one of the fastest flying insects in the world.
Some people call them Buterflies
It is amazing to watch them get the nectar from a flower without having to sit on it, they use like a long tube or tongue.
This is the first time I ever saw one on a farm in Middenmeer.
This is actually a Hummingbird Moth (Sphinx Moth family). They hover and look very much like a small Hummingbird - part of their defensive mimicry strategy.
You can see the antennae sticking-up in a "V" above its head.
it uses well over 70% of its energy shaking it's wings.
I tell you it was not easy to get a sharp photo of this insect,my camera went crazy, this is my best one of many.