Sunday, May 15, 2016

15/05/2016 Out for a walk and managed to cut the lawn at home at last.

Maximum temperature 17C, minimum 4C.   30km/h NEwinds. Dry.
Buttercups everywhere.

Lots of daisies.

Plenty of these, still unknown to me at present.

Ferns and shade.

Glanville Fritillary Melitaea cinxia  (I think)
Pretty pleased with this shot from my Samsung point and shoot.

Gorse.

Wheat.

Poppies in the lupin field.

Afternoon siesta...

guess he has other ideas though!

Caterpillar on the tarmac road.  Dicing with death. 

Hay making.

6 comments:

  1. A floral extravaganza to make the heart soar, although I am not quite sure how hearts soar!

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    1. Ha ha no I do not know either. The countryside is so pretty at the moment. Hope all is well Diane

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  2. Lovely spring shots. That pathway looks so inviting for a walk.

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    1. It was a lovely walk and I took a track that I did not know! I came across a hamlet that I did not know locally!! Good job sense of direction brought me home safely :-) T'other Diane

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  3. I love your flowery walk in the woods. Like a fairy land.

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    1. Ha, you must have a better connection today :-) The countryside is just beautiful at the moment and the various perfumes are wonderful. It looks like the rain is about to return later today so that will curtail my walks somewhat. I do not enjoy walking when it is all wet! Hope you are enjoying work now that the North Rim is back in business. Diane

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