Tuesday’s Flowers

Photos were taken on my walk from Acle to South Walsham and back, 15th August 2020

A late head of honeysuckle: 15 August 2020

Elderberries causing heavy heads to hang: 15 August 2020

Rowan berries: 15 August 2020

Mugwort and Wild Oats: 15 August 2020

The following two photos were taken to prove that in this part of England straw is baled into those giant toilet rolls, although elsewhere the bales might be square and only hay is thus treated.

Barley… for brewing: 15 August 2020

Wheat: 15 August 202

And you can’t wheat and barley without poppies. Blurred. The wind was blowing.

Poppies, almost over: 15 August 2020

Soft rush: 15 August 2020

“Green grow the rushes, O”

And me, the writer, the photographer, the walker, making a rare appearance

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32 Responses to Tuesday’s Flowers

  1. Deborah says:

    So lovely! πŸ™‚

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  2. Sadje says:

    This is rare photo indeed. Lovely.

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  3. Wonderful pictures Crispina! The berries look so delicious. I hope you had a wonderful day!

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  4. Dale says:

    The flowers and grasses are lovely but only half as lovely as you!

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  5. davezart says:

    ha ha. Tell the farmers here that you cant wheat and barley without poppies.
    Love the flowers. I love colour anywhere.
    Dave

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  6. Joy Pixley says:

    What wonderful colors — in the flowers, and also I can finally see the purple in your hair, nice!

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  7. Wow, each photograph was so beautiful but the last one caught me offguard. You are really beautiful, not only from the outside but also from inside. How are you doing? Schoolwork forced me a little hiatus but I guess I’m temporarily back. How is everything going? Missed you a lot β™‘

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  8. I’ve been curious, but I must ask now: how long are these walks to other towns? If I tried to walk to the nearest towns/cities/townships, it would take me the whole day just in the walking.

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  9. Yay to all of these!

    1) I think the poppies one, even with the blur, is lovely. It looks like one you could get printed in black and white on canvas, paint in some colors, and it would probably just look so fancy. Somewhat impressionist, yet also detailed.
    2) You look very nice in your photo! Love the hair. Love the boldness to pick something beautiful and unique.

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