Tuesday, October 05, 2010

Tuesday 5 October

Dry Morning.

Columbine - Aquilegia vulgaris - Strimmed again, seems we are never to see what the flower colour is.

Hieracium vagum seed heads - one of our most common Hawkweeds.
Ivy Buds - Hedera helix

Pale Persicaria - Persicaria lapathifolia


Red Campion - Silene dioica

Red Campion - Silene dioica

Shaggy Ink Cap at the channel end of lodge.

Then another group near the Small Lodge, like the previous one these have been strimmed.

Billy & Lucy

Look whose arrived, Edwina.

She is still chasing Lucy.

It's hard to take in that the youngsters of previous years are seen as seen as intruders, yet we see them in bigger groups appearing to tolerate one another.

A willow structure.

Take Care.

1 comment:

  1. Nice pictures! What does strimmed mean?


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