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Tag Archives: British Flora
Oh Yay! I can travel by bus again. And so… out to Acle and a walk to Burlingham Woods, almost entirely by green lanes and farmland White campion was everywhere. But could only take pics where it was in the … Continue reading
Finally allowed on the buses, got out of town for a ‘countryside’ walk, down the green lanes to the woods… Shadows, another title achieved in Maria’s Antonia’s #2020picoftheweek
Still confined to places reached by foot… yet the sun is bringing out the flowers and the bees… A tiny, tiny flower, often lost to sight by bigger flowers overhanging Meadow Brown butterfly where it ought to be… in a … Continue reading
I’ve already posted several of the photos I took back in May when I walked along the river Bure, through Bure Park, and onto the dunes… now I give you my shots of the wildflowers there (those not trodden by … Continue reading
Last week I invited you to accompany me along Breydon Water and across Breydon Marshes. This week, the same route but reversed. And how different it is. That’s all for now, folks. Hope you enjoyed.
The highlight of last week’s walk was the utter stillness of Breydon Water. This week, same walk but in reverse, the fairies had been busy with their magic. This was as close as I could get, separated by a water-filled … Continue reading
The path on the south side of Breydon Water leads to Burgh Castle and the remains of a Roman fort. But we’re not going to walk that far. Instead, we’ll cut across the marshes and circle back to Great Yarmouth. … Continue reading
There is a moment of stillness in the estuary when it seems the water is undecided which way to flow. This day the stillness is aided by an extraordinary lack of wind. Alexanders were brought to Britain by the Romans … Continue reading
Okay, so not so wild, just out of town.