Ending my evening walk this week from June 2011 the moon shone out for me but if the stars were not yet visible in the sky, they revealed themselves in the dandelion below. Continue reading
My forest walks in May were typical for this time of year in Wales – everything was very green – except for the yellow buttercups or dandelions!
On my walk this week along the riverside footpath by the Tawe from Morfa it was Spring going on Summer and the flowers were out to prove it – all but the buddleia.
Approaching one of the footbridges across the river there were plenty of the ribwort in the image below. It is a wildflower I particularly like, partly because of good memories playing with them as a child, but particularly at this time of year when they are in flower.
Of course, all of the wildflowers are special in their own right, even the dandelion – when it’s not all over your garden lawn! Below there is also, wood violet, herb robert, cowslip and primroses all lining the footpath of the River Tawe. There is one more, but I will post that tomorrow!
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