Sunday Picture Post: Green Lanes Part 2

Continuing last Sunday’s post, let me take you down our Norfolk green lanes…

25 June 2020

Through farmland…

25 June 2020

…where the golden grains do grow:

corn marigolds: 25 June 2020

…and traditional field-flowers still grow

Plantain: 25 June 2020

Through meadows rich with colours…

25 June 2020

The purple knapweed and the white ox-eye daisies might be the easiest seen, but growing beneath them are yellow rattle, clover and trefoil

25 June 2020

Into the deeper green of the woodland… via a decayed rustic gate

25 June 2020

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22 Responses to Sunday Picture Post: Green Lanes Part 2

  1. Sadje says:

    Thanks for the lovely visual tour Crispina

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  2. Dale says:

    Gorgeous. From one pic to the next
    You live in a lush and lovely part of the world, Crispina.

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  3. Deborah says:

    Lovely! šŸ™‚

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  4. Joy Pixley says:

    More green on a sunny day, how lovely! The farmland is especially lovely, even more so because it reminds me of beautiful days in my childhood.

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  5. This celebration of greens is lovely.I love how you take us on a beautiful walk every Sunday.
    Thank you!

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  6. England seems so green. It’s green here, of course, but somehow different.

    Like

  7. Beautiful photos, Crispina, as always. The purple of the knapweed with the white of the ox-eye daisies is striking. šŸ™‚

    Like

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