I’m not a mycologist, so I have no idea if this is good in a roast, puts me six feet under or help me seeing funny colours and shapes 🙂
Cardamine pratensis (cuckooflower or lady’s smock), is a flowering plant in the family Brassicaceae, native throughout most of Europe and Western Asia. The specific name pratensis is Latin for “meadow.”
Heather I need your help, what is that pink thing? 🙂
Well it is this time of year again, where photographers amateurs and pro’s alike run amok in your local woodland or park. Oh well I joined the stampede and headed to the Skipton Castle Wood.
This “fun guy” – do you get it? – we found on Bainbridge Island just a ferry ride away from Seattle.
Looking deep into the deep…
New fern starting, now if only I had green thumbs I would be able to tell you which of the many ferns this one is.
Wild strawberries are just too yummy and as you can see I nibbled one before I got the camera out. Still working on becoming a real photographer 🙂
We have just come back from France and the Pyrenees where we spend few days. To bad this year the altitude didn’t agree with me. So not so many photos and walks, next time I promise.
So today should be the official start of spring and here in London it was rather pleasant. Though I have seen signs of spring springing over the last few months like cherry blossoms, even a bumble bee and Spring Ale on tap.
Oh it is also Nowrūz, so happy new day to you all.