Tag Archives: British Flora

Sunday Picture Post: Flauna

Flauna: A photo featuring both flora and fauna I like the nectar of the harmless dead-nettles too. Just tweak out a flower and nibble the base of the sweet nectar-holding tube. Yum. Makes a walk doubly pleasing. (A word of … Continue reading

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Sunday Picture Post: Spring Willows

The seldom-noticed catkins of the Weeping Willow … Pussy Willow in flower … Which willow is this? It could be one of many; call it Generic.

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Sunday Picture Post: Crimson Catkins

The catkins of hazel fall like golden showers in spring; the catkins of willow are popularly known as pussy willow. But what about these? Black Poplar is one of my favourites. Soon the leaves will appear, as fresh and sweet … Continue reading

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Sunday Picture Post: Epitome of Spring

Photos taken in Tyrrel’s Wood. near Long Stratton, Norfolk

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Let the Sun Shine In

Not the photo I was going to post this week, but after a week of dreary grey skies, I reckon we needed some sun. #2019picoftheweek challenge: Good as Gold For details of #2019picoftheweek challenge  see MariaAntonia

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Moody Hemlock

I have a liking for the umbellifers as subjects for my camera. Something of their structure … appeals. This one is the notorious hemlock, sickener (killer?) of reckless boys who cut the hollow stalks to make pea-shooters of them. This … Continue reading

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Little Beads of Winter

It’s rare for the typical snow-scene to happen along the east coast of Norfolk, though it happens plenty inland. So rather than wait … #2018picoftheweek: Winter

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