... Just not the one with the gigantic, people-squashing, city-destroying, monster.
I am extremely pleased with how this sun-behind-a-dandelion-clock photo came out. Extremely.
The clover field in question
On this lovely Bank Holiday Monday, I took Bitey on a long walk in order to get some photos for Melanie's May Photo Submissions: Favourite Native Plants.
Despite traipsing all the way over to Southrepps, I only saw one example of my favourite plant (early on in the walk), and I didn't take a photo of it as I was sure I would see more later on. Which I didn't. So, here are some of the other native (and non-native) wild flowers that I passed on my perambulations:
Red (even though it is clearly not red) campion and sprays of cow parsley
Some sort of hawkweed
A sow thistle...
... which I rather liked because of the sinister-looking flower buds and spiny leaves lurking behind it
I can barely make them out because of my rubbish colourblind eyes,
but there are red poppies in this fallow field
And finally, the subject for Melanie's May Photo Submission (favourite native plants):
A foxglove sentinel watching over my raspberries.
(Good job I let them have free rein of the allotment!)
For anyone who'd like to take part, you have until the end of the month - i.e. this Wednesday! - to submit your snaps to Melanie. For further info, click the link above.