Following fast upon (or under) Marshland Skies… some of the flowers seen on the two walks made (4th & 10th August 2020). They’re not flowers specific to marshland yet tend to grow in abundance there undisturbed by plough and harvester
Arable flowers, true, because we had to cross a cornfield.
A reminder of what will become of my purple hair!
This year this one-time herbal remedy for intestinal worms is flowering in great abundance
A scrambling climber with several names. Best known is Old Man’s Beard (for its fluffy-like seed heads). It’s related to the clematis we grow in our gardens.
I’d been trying all summer to get a good shot of this one. The sun bleaches the colour, or the wind won’t leave it alone. But finally…
Another that’s tricky: the sun tends to bleach all the colour. Happy with this one. It was scrambling everywhere along the tracks and paths.
And that’s all for now, folks. I’m hoping to get out on Thursday, but if the weather prohibits I do have the photos I took this Saturday, and a story to go with them