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pleb

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« Reply #315 on: 19:59:11, 03/11/19 »
I just let somebody else ID it, much easier  ;D
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« Reply #316 on: 20:09:21, 03/11/19 »
Seemingly 60% chance that it is an Oak tree. It could not specify the type of moss? ??? ??? ??? ?
Well, that's a let down.
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« Reply #317 on: 22:20:16, 03/11/19 »
Blimey, a lot has been written since I posted the photo.  :)

 O0 Navelwort it is, and the name supposedly comes from the leaf which appears to have a navel in the centre.

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« Reply #318 on: 22:52:16, 03/11/19 »
Blimey, a lot has been written since I posted the photo.  :)

 O0 Navelwort it is, and the name supposedly comes from the leaf which appears to have a navel in the centre.
OK so what species of moss is it????

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« Reply #319 on: 23:28:15, 03/11/19 »
Also known as Wall Pennywort.
that identifier app sounds really useful
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« Reply #320 on: 00:03:39, 04/11/19 »
Also known as Wall Pennywort.
that identifier app sounds really useful
. It is not an app as such it is a photo editor, it is one of the things already installed on the phone. (Huawei). I accidently found that it identifies things in my photos. Usually I take lots of photos of my right knee or the open sky for some reason.

There is another setting which when you point the camera at something say a flowerpot or a scone it tells you what they are and where they can be bought close to where you are.

My son is certain that there is someone in China who is actually interested in all this so that they can use all this info for marketing.  I will deliberately take loads of photos of pot noodles, that should teach them a lesson.
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« Reply #321 on: 10:06:31, 04/11/19 »
. It is not an app as such it is a photo editor, it is one of the things already installed on the phone. (Huawei). I accidently found that it identifies things in my photos. Usually I take lots of photos of my right knee or the open sky for some reason.

There is another setting which when you point the camera at something say a flowerpot or a scone it tells you what they are and where they can be bought close to where you are.

My son is certain that there is someone in China who is actually interested in all this so that they can use all this info for marketing.  I will deliberately take loads of photos of pot noodles, that should teach them a lesson.

Blig blother is watching?
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« Reply #322 on: 10:42:59, 04/11/19 »
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I will deliberately take loads of photos of pot noodles, that should teach them a lesson.

And Winnie the Pooh too  :)

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« Reply #323 on: 21:54:28, 04/11/19 »
My son is certain that there is someone in China who is actually interested in all this so that they can use all this info for marketing.  I will deliberately take loads of photos of pot noodles, that should teach them a lesson.


Your son's probably not wrong.  You'll start seeing loads of "personalised ads" for pot noodles  :D
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« Reply #324 on: 12:55:47, 22/02/20 »
Not a great photo I know, but I spotted my first flowering Lesser Celandine of the year during this morning's walk in the woods...  :)


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« Reply #325 on: 14:51:53, 24/02/20 »
Lovely to see a bit of colour at last O0
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« Reply #326 on: 16:43:22, 25/02/20 »
Saw this today,makes a change from daffs.
https://ibb.co/JcH1HMF
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« Reply #327 on: 12:17:12, 26/02/20 »
Blimey, thatís early!! :o
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« Reply #328 on: 12:33:06, 26/02/20 »
Blimey, thatís early!! :o
not for down here. The knotweed will be starting soon.
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« Reply #329 on: 14:17:17, 27/02/20 »
Saw this today,makes a change from daffs.
https://ibb.co/JcH1HMF
  Saw this today - is it the same thing?

The Aubretia was also in flower alongside the primroses, daffs, snowdrops and crocuses.  I also say some heather out in a cottage garden.


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