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Whites in a May hedge.

I love the frothiness of a May hedge when Hawthorn comes into flower, providing explosions of white blossom, while in front the white of Cow Parsley is a matching partner to it. 93 more words


June 7th 2018

There’s a beautiful light in forestry plantations at this time of year when the filtered sunlight finds it’s way to the forest floor. This was taken near Pwll Bo in the Irfon valley.


May 29th 2018

My year-long photographic challenge has definitely increased my observational skills as I’m constantly on the lookout for new subjects, particularly in places that I visit regularly. 46 more words


May 27th 2018

A benefit of letting some of the grass go wild is the dandelions that provide food for finches. Always delighted to see a bullfinch in the garden.


May 24th 2018

We’re back to gloomy, overcast conditions at the moment, but this tree still looked rather magnificent. Taken from the Beulah to Llangammarch Wells road.


May 23rd 2018

Greater stitchwort and bluebells at Garth Bank. I seem to be one a bit of a flower kick at the moment. I spotted 13 species in bloom on my dog-walk yesterday, it’s such a lovely time of year.


May 17th 2018

I’ve had a very busy few days and have consequently found myself several days behind in posting my daily images. I hope to catch up during this week. 33 more words