‘When the garden became a meadow’
May Bank Holiday weekend, Sherkin Island, Cork
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What an exquisite daisy field with all its subtle colours.
Thank you 🙂
Above all the photo gives a good feel for the place. timeless. 🍀
Wild and free! 🙂
Only the daisies are growing in my garden at the moment. I left the daisy path between the bluebells
Love it, wildsherkin! Daisies are my favorite flowers. 🙂
It paints a pretty picture!
Lovely down- among -the- daisies view P ! I always find it s a bit surprising the pink tinge they have when coming into flower. so pretty .
Do you leave it like that for a while … or have they been beheaded now 😉
Thanks Poppy. Oh dear…off with their heads…. we compromised and left a ‘daisy run’. I reckon they will all be back by the weekend!
Not much keeps a daisy down 🙂
Oh what a lovely photo! Daisies are my favorite flower! 😀
Beautiful daisies! I’m wondering what the others are…
So sorry for not responding sooner. I’m not sure how I missed your comment… Anyway, they are all daisies…:)
Lovely. I’m not familiar with the purple flowers. They sort of look like daisies too. Do you know their name?
All daisies! The photo is showing the pink/purple undersides. I took the picture quite late in the afternoon so they were tucking in for the night!
Flowers…always put a smile on my face 🙂
I think wild flowers (or weeds!) can be far nicer than cultivated ones, especially in their natural habitat!
oh yes, I agree!
Thanks Deb. 🙂
Beautiful wild flowers.
Hi Joan, I see you are a night owl too! Daisies are just gorgeous. 🙂
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