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Wood Anemones

Bluebells are not the only good displays in the woods in Springtime. These are Wood Anemones on the banks of Dundale Beck near Kildale with just the odd Bluebell poking through. 34 more words

North York Moors

Wood anemones

* Tamron AF SP 90 mm f/2.8 Macro
* Nikkor AF-S 35 mm f/1.8

© Joanna


Nature Notes

Rooks and White Violets.

Each springtime, I slow past greening banks, searching for the first white violets. I mistake them for the smallest things: ‘The shell of a little snail bleached/ In the grass; chip of flint, and mite/ Of chalk; and the small birds’ dung/ In splashes of purest white’. 450 more words

Wood Anemones

A behind the scenes photograph of filming wood anemones, for a new film currently in the making!

And also a still…

Wood anemones are one of the first flowers to appear in spring. 15 more words

Spring Woodland

Wood Anemones, Swithland Wood, Leicestershire, England

Nearby Bluebells


A magical carpet

The woodland floor today was a beautiful, magical carpet of delicate wood anemones.  After several days of extremely heavy rain I doubted if these incredible little spring flowers had been brave enough to poke their heads up. 27 more words


Spring flowers at Badbury Rings

Thursday 7th April 2016

Max and I went to Badbury Rings, the Iron Age fort near Wimborne, for our walk today. I made the mistake of not taking a hat scarf and gloves, and found myself in a freezing gale for a lot of the walk. 265 more words