In Green Abandon

The weather hasn’t been favourable for long walks along green lanes. But I found this lurking nearby…

Cranesbill-geranium and possibly narcissus: 14th Feb 2020

Greenery, another title achieved in Maria’s Antonia’s #2020picoftheweek

 

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Spinner of Asaric and Mythic tales
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33 Responses to In Green Abandon

  1. Violet Lentz says:

    The greenery is fitting, but I am more enthralled by the sea smoothed stones and the single snail shell lurking in the distance….

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    • You spotted the snail, well done. It’s not native; it’s of the French edible variety is the reason I no longer attempt to grow flowers. We have a heavy infestation, and they munch their way through every petal and leaf. Legacy of living in a medieval trading port!
      As to the stones, they probably come from a nearby quarry, and their sea-tumble would date to pre-the last Ice Age.

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  2. Deborah says:

    That’s gorgeous Crispina! Thanks for sharing again! 😀 ❤

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  3. Ben Naga says:

    It doesn’t look too overcast at least. (Which cannot be said of what I can currently see from my window.

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    • No, yesterday wasn’t so overcast. In fact, it was quite sunny. And very cold. And very windy. But not as windy as later today is forecast to be. But since the storm last weekend, we’ve have gloomy skies and high winds every day. It’s like the storm doesn’t want to go away!

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  4. On my walls I recently discovered Marijuana growing wildly.☺️

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  5. Green! A reminder that spring is on its way! 🙂

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  6. I think the contractors threw seeds and hey now a bush.

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  7. Dale says:

    Lovely… won’t be seeing that anytime soon in my neck of the woods… We are under two feet of snow at this time.

    Great catch on the snail by Violet. Had me searching ’til I found it!

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  8. Such a crisp, well-taken photo. Also, interesting pottery position!

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