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Great Linford Inclosure and Linford Bottom

Sunday, March 21st, 2010

Great Linford Enclosure – Spring has definately sprung!

Just after entering the Great Linford Enclosure from the car park, a fallen pine creates a natural arch over the path

Just after entering the Great Linford Enclosure from the car park, a fallen pine creates a natural arch over the path.

Bright green needles on this pine tree

Bright green needles on this pine tree.

This photo was meant to be of a still woodland pool, but just as I hit the shutter....

This photo was meant to be of a still woodland pool, but just as I hit the shutter…..

...a large yellow lab bounded in a for swim!

…a large yellow lab bounded in a for swim!

Out of the enclosure now and down at Linford brook, one of Harry's favorite places for a swim

Out of the enclosure now and down at Linford brook, one of Harry’s favorite places for a swim.

On the banks of the brook, a gorse bush coming into flower

On the banks of the brook, a gorse bush coming into flower.

In the woods on the banks, an old log and some sort of ivy or something - all long dead and dry now

In the woods on the banks, an old log and some sort of ivy or something – all long dead and dry now.

On a neighbouring tree stump - a variety of mosses - what beautiful greens

On a neighbouring tree stump – a variety of mosses – what beautiful greens.

A new foxglove rosette nearby

A new foxglove rosette nearby.

Daffodils growing away amongst the trees...

Daffodils growing away amongst the trees…

...and the wide bole of an ancient oak tree

…and the wide bole of an ancient oak tree.


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