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Dovegirl

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Wild flowers on my walks
« on: 12:48:35, 10/06/19 »
I love walking in spring, seeing the blossom and wild flowers and the countryside looking lush and green. A few photos from some of my walks in Sussex and Kent this spring and into summer.

Ox-eye daisies at Housedean near Brighton

Ox-Eye Daisies



The next two are of wood anemones in Long Wood near Plumpton in the Low Weald

Long Wood



Wood Anemones



Bluebells in Highpark Wood on the South Downs between Brighton and Ditchling Beacon

Bluebells


I think these little pink flowers are herb robert

Herb Robert



These yellow flowers, on the downs near Brighton, may be charlock. But I could well be wrong!

Downland Flowers


On the Monarch's Way on the South Downs between Steyning and Findon

Monarch's Way



Ramsons near Tunbridge Wells

Ramsons



Stitchwort

Stitchwort



On the Wealdway near Tonbridge

Wealdway



Thanks for looking    :)


Ralph

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« Reply #1 on: 13:30:35, 10/06/19 »
Thank you, enjoyed them.

richardh1905

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« Reply #2 on: 14:47:48, 10/06/19 »
Lovely - particularly like the Ox Eye Daisies. You are right about it being Herb Robert.

This time of year really is a delight, particularly along the clifftops. And our fields are covered in buttercups - the dog turns yellow when I let her loose in them! I must do a couple of mini TRs.






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« Reply #3 on: 19:59:24, 10/06/19 »
Sunshine and flowers .... magic  :)


The ox-eye daisies pic would make a good jigsaw puzzle  :D
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« Reply #4 on: 20:05:58, 10/06/19 »
Fab photos Dovegirl, I do love the flowers at this time of year  O0
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« Reply #5 on: 20:08:18, 10/06/19 »
Lovely displays there Dovegirl O0
DRIP COFFINS  :D

Dovegirl

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Re: Wild flowers on my walks
« Reply #6 on: 21:51:35, 10/06/19 »
Many thanks Ralph, Richard, Mel, April and beefy     :)

The ox-eye daisies pic would make a good jigsaw puzzle  :D
I wouldn't have the patience! 

Jac

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Re: Wild flowers on my walks
« Reply #7 on: 07:51:29, 11/06/19 »
Lovely, just. Especially on such a foul dark morning.
So many paths, so little time

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Re: Wild flowers on my walks
« Reply #8 on: 11:45:53, 11/06/19 »
Lovely pictures. My favourite time. Love hedgerows too

Dovegirl

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« Reply #9 on: 20:31:11, 11/06/19 »
Many thanks Jac and Florence Lamb     :)

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« Reply #10 on: 12:57:31, 12/06/19 »
Fabulous Dovegirl O0
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Dovegirl

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« Reply #11 on: 14:32:01, 12/06/19 »
Thank you sunnydale    :)

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« Reply #12 on: 15:07:40, 12/06/19 »
Yes, very good!
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Dovegirl

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« Reply #13 on: 20:48:16, 12/06/19 »
Thanks pleb     :)