Tag Archives: British Flora

Tuesday Treat: Flowers and Fungi of Early September

A combined post of flowers and fungi… So musical, this time of year… (Hip-Hop) Forgive the repetition but this time of year I get obsessed with Rosebay Stealing its colour from my hair! Fading to winter… When bracken turns we … Continue reading

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Sunday Picture Post: At the Third Attempt

We were going to Whitlingham Country Park. Twice we’d said it, and then been rained off. Now it was going to happen. But the day would be hot. Best to get an early bus. Be there and walked around and … Continue reading

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Tuesday Flowers (and fungi)

The flowers I saw on my walk from the wet woodland around River Tas to the farmland as I came into Hempnall These giants cast the little horsetails your find in your garden into the shade. They grow up to … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Flowers

Photos were taken on my walk from Acle to South Walsham and back, 15th 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 … Continue reading

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Marshland Flowers

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 … Continue reading

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Friday Flowers

I give you a selection of marsh and riverside flowers taken on last week’s walk beside the Wensum NOT Native! I think this escaped the hay-meadows! Hope you enjoyed this small offering. For Sunday’s Picture Post I shall taking you … Continue reading

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Sunday Picture Post: Green Lanes and Pines

I invite you to walk with me. Inland this time, along green lanes and over hills (okay, not high hills but hills the same). The start of Snake’s Track. But it’s okay, there’s a clear path to the side of … Continue reading

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Sunday Picture Post: By the Coast Part 2

For the second half of this journey, we’ll start at Gorleston and finish at Corton (last week’s Part 1 included Lowestoft to Corton) 8:00 am. Low tide. Looks peaceful, doesn’t it? Huh. The one-time groyne is now buried beneath the … Continue reading

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Sunday Picture Post: By the Coast

Put on your hikers, pack your lunch, and don’t forget plenty of water. We’re gonna go walking the coastal route. We start at the Ravine, North Lowestoft, which takes us down the cliff, to the sea. Foot traffic crosses above … Continue reading

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Sunday Picture Post: Green Lanes Part 2

Continuing last Sunday’s post, let me take you down our Norfolk green lanes… Through farmland… …where the golden grains do grow: …and traditional field-flowers still grow Through meadows rich with colours… The purple knapweed and the white ox-eye daisies might … Continue reading

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