rusty tangle

Naturally Tangled

Rusty old coils of wire tend, naturally, to get tangled in time – take a close look at the grass seed head below to see the naturally tangled growth within it.

seed head

I was amazed to see the apparently squirming life going on inside its bulbous form. The patterns on the longer seed heads also provided me with visual excitement about the fast advancing new growth on the marshes as I passed through the deep, high side footpath on my way to the old St Teilo’s churchyard.

Outside the churchyard I was able to photograph in more detail than usual, the rusty, tangled coils of wire that are normally sitting in the middle of a large puddle of salt water left by high tides, but on this occasion were high and dry after a period of hot, dry weather and low tides.

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