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Wednesday, 19 June 2013

A warm hour at the riverside

It was a cloudy, well overcast afternoon on Tuesday but as  the tide was right I set off for Motley Hill. Arriving at the car park there were not many cars there.  

I thought I would see just what plants had come up since I was there last. Not many in flower but there was a very warm wind blowing ) made a change from being blown off my feet.

This was the first I came across



 Then this grass


We called this May when I was at school


Hawthorn 





I'm not sure if this is a rose or not


Having got to the bank I found that you could hardly see across the river


Mist all round


Is this a place for tiered birds


 Black Headed Gull

That will do for now, thanks for looking

5 comments:

  1. Nice to see you back Trev, great set and like the cobwebs on the Thistle best. Wanted to go out today but had a really bad head so stayed inside in the quite, shame really.

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  2. Well done Trev, nice to see you with a blog, lets hope we see you again soon. Lovely to see flowers not being blown away. x

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  3. Thanks both,

    It is not your old trouble coming back I hope Mike


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  4. Aww ... lovely post Trev .. Love all the pictures of the flowers... I'll forgive you the one of the PS! cos the rest are great xxx

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  5. Thank you Eileen, The PS only shows how misty it is on the river after all it is no good photographing fog... LOL

    XX

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