I know we haven't been around much lately, but there is a reason for that: We have been invaded by Babyzilla*.
|Close-up of tiny Bird's Eye speedwell|
|The hedge in question on Northrepps Road|
|New growth on a pine sapling|
|Down amidst the fern forest (mainly Aspleniums)|
|Bird's Eye speedwell|
|Common vetch - a member of the pea family|
|New growth of a thistle|
|Tadpoles! (This reminds me of Mago's header image from this time last year)|
|Water crowfoot (Ranunculus aquatilis) amongst the bullrushes|
|I've no idea what this is, but it's growing in very poor, dried-out, clay soil.|
I have some photos from today's trip to the lake and woods of Felbrigg Hall, but haven't had time to sort them out yet, so they'll have to wait until another day.
* Although, Indescribable had her second little monster at the end of April, so the Babyzilla title ought to be passed on.
** She likes to pinch and flick and fiddle and stroke the ears of whoever she's cuddling at the time.