Sunday Picture Post: Back to the Green Ways

Oh Yay! I can travel by bus again. And so… out to Acle and a walk to Burlingham Woods, almost entirely by green lanes and farmland

25 June 2020

White campion: 25 June 2020

White campion was everywhere. But could only take pics where it was in the shade else the white bleached out

Poppies: 25 June 2020

Poppies too were everywhere

Ripening grain: 25 June 2020

A beautiful sight. Let’s hope the heavens hold off their summer storms until the farmer gets the harvest in

Knapweed: 25 June 2020

This really shows the strength of the sun. Phew!!!

Teasels: 25 June 2020

Teasels grow around here in enormous patches… the legacy of the weaving industry

The second half of the walk next week… cos I haven’t yet finished prepping the photos

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11 Responses to Sunday Picture Post: Back to the Green Ways

  1. Gorgeous photos, Crispina. Teasels, knapweed, poppies and campion…a lovely wildflower photo haul! πŸ™‚

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  2. Dale says:

    A lovely collection. So happy you got to get on the bus and change your scenery!
    Your joy comes through your text and photos

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  3. Joy Pixley says:

    So very green, and what a bright day! I don’t remember learning about teasels before, so I just looked them up online and added them to my world building diary for Eneana. Who’d have thought, that a flower could be so hard and spiky that you could use it to comb wool! But then, the flower resembles thistles, and I’ve had to carve those out of my backyard before. Tough, spiky buzzards they are, beautiful on top and weaponized everywhere else. πŸ™‚

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  4. I looked up teasels – ha! That’s so cool!

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