Monsters and macros
Friday, April 30th, 2010
Dog walks at Linford in the morning and Moyles Court in the afternoon.
A broken branch in the Linford Brook posing as a sinuous monster on the prowl.
On the banks of Linford Brook, a Wood Anenome shines white amongst its dark foliage, with a little black insect to boot.
At Moyles Court in the late afternoon, Crab Apple Blossom in candy pink and white.
Gorse flowers shouting ‘Yellow’!
This birch tree has its full spring clothing now, and a little more clothing on its trunk, see below.
Below the Birch tree, the top of Whitemoor Bottom is colourful with Gorse, last year’s bracken and the varying greens of spring.
Taking a closer look at that Birch tree, a New Forest Pony has been alleviating that moulting itch!
This is something I haven’t seen before, on the other side of the trunk, some sort of insect has covered the whole lower side of the trunk in this fine web.
A close up of the web, it seems to be developing a lot of holes.
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