Wildflowers in yellow from the south western Scottish coastline.
These are some of the yellow wild flowers I photographed on a short walk while on holiday – there are so many! Again, I have tried to name all of them but there is one name missing. Also, the single yellow flower on the new growth of a gorse bush or whin. These, as I’m sure you know, are normally very spiky plants but I found that when the growth is new, it is really quite soft (that does not mean that the spikes are not sharp).
The sea radish is singular in the last photo but this does not reflect the profusion of it along this particular stretch of coast line in south west Scotland where it has grown up in large clusters in the past few years.