wild flower

After all the excitement yesterday I really wasn’t up to much today, especially as I had a load of product photography to do in the morning. By the time we got out for a walk around Garnets Wood we were too tired to do much more than walk around it…so this is all I have for you today.

I searched high and low for an ID but couldn’t even find that!


We always get these pretty little flowers at the bottom of our garden. I’ve never noticed the pollen/stamen before.


We visited  Arger Fen & Spouse’s Vale in Suffolk today and had a good walk around the area. The bluebells are in full flow – I have included a shot of them below – but there were also loads of these flowers around and we weren’t sure what they were, so I took a shot to find out…and ended up really liking the shot, so went with this, rather than the bluebells for today’s shot.

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If you follow the Flitch Way out of Great Dunmow towards Takeley you will come across the Dunmow Cutting. The Flitch Way was, of course, the main Railway line between Bishops Stortford and Braintree and the Dunmow Cutting is a remnant of that with its path between 2 steep sided sides that are full of wild flowers, butterflies, grasshoppers and damselflies.

I have no idea what sort of flower this is, but it caught my eye.