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Tag Archives: British Flora
3rd May: it being a public holiday the buses were running a skeleton service, and by tradition the weather is always foul. So we stayed close to home. North Denes Dunes. But look what we found. That’s it for this … Continue reading
27th April we went to Tyrrell’s Wood, an ancient woodland managed by Woodland Trust. We’ve been there many times, could walk the route blindfolded. So this time we went a different way. Oh and how glad I am that we … Continue reading
That’s all folks. Until next week. Hope you enjoyed this little visit to the flowers of my child-days
Spring has definitely arrived in the Yare Valley…. enjoy Hope you enjoyed this little taste of spring. More next week
Quite simply, flowers seen along the way on our walk on Saturday 10th April. Hope you enjoy this wonderful splash of spring as much as I did. Truly, spring is here, with flowers everywhere.
Oh yay! Although the sun’s hiding, yet spring is truly come. We take the bus from Great Yarmouth to the small town of Acle on the far side of the grazing marshes. Most of our route will be off-road. But … Continue reading
My new camera arrived on 3rd April. Impatient, the next day I take it for a walk. I’m out early. The light isn’t good and it’s cold, but… Too cold to walk on Breydon bank, I join a farm track … Continue reading
Hi. As promised, the flowers seen on last Friday’s walk. Enjoy Daffs… of course; probably garden escapees but now growing wild Blackthorn, Quick-thorn, Sloe, call it as you will Alexanders. Always early to flower And the low-growers… These have to … Continue reading