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Yesterday's walk was not in the forest but at sunrise in the fields across the road. I never thought I would say this but it seems my comfort zone is now in…

These are lovely flowers, but impossible to identify accurately. I've delved into several books (yes I still have books!) but I've found it difficult to…

Bluebells proliferate in our local woodland. Cuckoo flower, also called lady's smock. Dandelions are named from the French phrase "dent-de-lion" which means…

The Isles of Scilly is an archipelago of 55 islands and islets 50km off the SW tip of Cornwall, UK. St Mary's is the largest island (40% of total land area)…

A couple of years ago, a group formed to look after the space around the pond and they dug a few wild flower and Daffodil beds, it is Wales after all. The wild…

I epect these will be last photos I take this year of wild flowers and butterflies as Autumn and Winter are fast approaching, so I hope you enjoy these lovely…

This tall, beautiful flower grows in great profusion near where I live. I believe it is known as fireweed in some parts of the world.

This beautiful plant grows in great profusion in damp areas around where I live. Unfortunately it is not a native species but a garden escapee. As such it is…

In folklore, bluebells were said to ring when fairies were summoning their kin to a gathering;  but if a human heard the sound, it would be their death knell…
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