Lovely! Looks a bit like wild carrot but not certain. If you crush plant a bit and they smell carroty that’s a dead giveaway. 🙂
I shall go and sniff it out the next time I see one!
Gorgeous shot, Patsy.
Long blown away by now I guess Patsy ! Love sea backgrounds to flowers and seedheads . Hope your weekend was good … striding into the new year with work and so on ? …
Hi Poppy, yes … back into the groove!
Wonderful contrast of textures Patsy.
Beautiful contrast between the drying-out focused flower head and the dreamy suffused backdrop of sea and sky.
Thanks Vera. The sea in this picture holds so many different hues. Nature is amazing.
I like Silent Sunday, we have them on Lewis, no public transport and no shops just one to two garages open, it would make a good and perhaps thoughtful meme, Sunday’s on the mainland are like rush hour, no different to any other day,
beautiful photo Patsy, do you know what the plant is called? I see them wild here but get lost with all the names for umbellifers, Frances
Hi Frances, I’m afraid I can’t help with name of the plant. I always think of it as a type of cow parsley but I haven’t a clue. Px
Beautiful image! I wish I was there!
Thanks Cathe, it was taken on a soft day in late October. Wish I was there too now!
P. Sharing your silent Sunday, and putting the finishing touches on my Irish Guinness Choccy Cake. You are invited… Raye
Sounds like a heavenly treat for a Sunday..hope you are planning to share? 🙂 Px
Yes, of course. Coffee and cake later today with neighbours! Join us…!!!
I’m with you in spirit with coffee in hand…and an almost past its sell-by date mince pie. Not quite the same as the divinely boozy chocolately thing on your table.
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