Friday Flowers

I give you a selection of marsh and riverside flowers taken on last week’s walk beside the Wensum

Tutsan: 28 July 2020

Meadowsweet: 28 July 2020

Marsh Woundwort: 28 July 2020

Himalayan Balsam: 28 July 2020

NOT Native!

Spearmint: 28 July 2020

Soapwort: 28 July 2020

Sweet pea: 28 July 2020

I think this escaped the hay-meadows!

Hemp agrimony: 28 July 2020

Hope you enjoyed this small offering. For Sunday’s Picture Post I shall taking you to Hemsby and walking you through Caister via California (I kid you not)

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35 Responses to Friday Flowers

  1. Dale says:

    So very lovely. I’m always impressed by those who know the names of flowers (outside of daisies). Okay, I did know the sweet pea…

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  2. Deborah says:

    I enjoyed these pretty flowers! Thank you Crispina! šŸ™‚

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  3. Very pretty! I just got done with The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Frye, which has a lot of British landscape and plant life described. Now I can see it.

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  4. Ramyani Bhattacharya says:

    This is a lovely collection of pictures!

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  5. Tien Skye says:

    I love this photo post! I love the colour contrast especially, in the sweet pea photo. šŸ™‚

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  6. Indira says:

    Thanks for this lovely Post, dear. Flowers always set the mood right.

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  7. Nature’s beauty
    Stay safe happy healthy and wealthy

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  8. EntangleDesigns says:

    Love the flowers and it’s impressive how you always seem to know their names! šŸ™‚

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  9. How do you find all of these flowers? I could walk all day and see nothing like these.

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    • England’s greenways truly are green.
      Also, my eyes are trained to it. Plants that another might disregard and trample underfoot, for me are stars amongst the grass.

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      • Are some of them small but you just have a good camera to zoom in with?


      • I’m no longer using the canon, where I did that a lot. I’m now using my phone-camera, though the output isn’t far off the same.
        The zoom on the canon wasn’t so great, and is naff on the phone. I do the zooming when I get home. I use MS Polarr to crop and tweak my photos… encourage them to pop.

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      • Either way, very impressive. I’ve never been able to get a good shot unless I’m incredibly lucky.

        (then again, most of what I take pictures of is data so I can carry it to my computer and read off a closer screen… then immediately delete the picture because, you know, proprietary.)

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      • You need to take the time to focus.
        I admit, that’s something I’m having to really concentrate on at the moment as I’m waiting for an op on my right eye and I@m seeing things through a steamed up window.

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      • šŸ˜¦ I think you’re right, though. I’m feeling pretty down (no reason, though – which makes it feel a little weird), and I’m having a hard time doing almost anything.

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      • Loads of people feeling like that. Loads reporting that on Twitter. It’ll pass. So many changes, so much uncertainty, takes time to adjust, and some folks are better adjusters than others.

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