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Saturday, June 01, 2013

My walk to a bus stop and a few extra bits!


Today l decided to photograph every flower l saw, from my front door to catching my bus! I know this isn't a flower but l had never noticed it before! 




I never realised that lilac could be white!





First l saw these purple pansies....


....then l saw these really dark purple pansies.


Then l saw these amazing orange and brown pansies.





I know they are weeds but l really like dandelions, in flower and in seed!







I don't know what these flowers are called but l am in love....!




In the next picture you will see why l am holding this flower, so you can see it. 



These are perfect in my view.



This is the entranced to my estate...never knew there were so many flowers on my route to the gate. There are other ways to walk, so many more gorgeous flowers to see on another day.


Still taking images...on the way to the bus stop.


Isn't this green gorgeous?


There were bees every where today.


This is still the walk to my bus...would never think l lived in London, would you!


On a yellow line!


Bluebells.


Look what l found in the woods!




                                       Just love the way this branch curves down towards the pavement!






I know these next few images are not flowers but l thought they were interesting!




I have reached town......Love this image on this pub's interior wall.


                                       I have christened my new jeans, with orange acrylic paint!


6 comments:

Mary said...

I love this post Lynda,perhaps because each one of those flowers and plants are so typically English Country Garden,amazing that you have so many old fashioned plants on your patch :)

Lynda Howells said...

Thanks Mary. I do realise his lucky l am to be living here. X:)

Carole said...

Your flowers are similar to ours here on Vancouver Island. Mind if I steal you walk idea for a blog post?

Lynda Howells said...

Go for it.....xlyndax

Carole said...

Thanks, Lynda!

leahinlondon said...

I think your unknown flowers are some kind of Aquilegia...