A few days ago I found, in the morning, a twin-spotted quaker moth (Orthosia munda) at rest on the white enamel front round the top of our kitchen cooker.
It had certainly not been there the previous evening and as no windows were open or lights on during the intervening period, I wondered how it had got in.
Orthosia species often play dead when disturbed and this makes them quite easy to photograph on any convenient bit of wood (as in the picture above).
Apart from the strangeness of their being there, I am surprised that they both decided to settle on a shiny white surface rather than on the numerous wooden surfaces about the house where they would be much better camouflaged.
Both moth species are common early flying creatures that come readily to light and to sallow blossom.