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By S_Boulding
Well Im in Wales at the moment, and our house is situated in loads of fields, one of them has overgrown and ragwort has appeared in the grass.
But even though it has a bad rap, it can make a pretty photo too.

Tags: Flowers and plants Wildlife and nature

Voters: PattiW, lillizzie, Silverzone and 14 more

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PattiW 15 24 2 United States
10 Aug 2009 11:49AM
I really like the sharpness of the foreground and muted BG, Patti
Silverzone 13 2 England
10 Aug 2009 12:03PM
Well taken. Sylvia
MandsH 13 England
10 Aug 2009 1:08PM
Very pretty shot
User_Removed 11 80 1 United Kingdom
10 Aug 2009 1:43PM
A lovely shot, nice bold colours
KarenFB Plus
14 5.5k 178 England
10 Aug 2009 2:23PM
Beautiful, you've used a brilliant depth of field. I haven't seen a Cinnabar moth for years now, ragwort is the food plant of their caterpillars, (Devon has the policy of 'pull & burn').
Shroomer 13 14 167 England
10 Aug 2009 3:29PM
Lovely view point Sarah and fine colours, just needs a cinnabar on it now. You certainly move about, have you left Wokingham now
S_Boulding 13 72 England
10 Aug 2009 6:08PM
Thanks for all the comments
No im still in Wokingham, but my family is welsh and are very patriotic about there "welshness" and so we have a house up there, which once my brothers and I go to university they will move to permantley Smile
Herge88 Plus
13 40 6 England
10 Aug 2009 6:28PM
Good use of depth of field Sarah, my family on Mothers side are Welsh also.

Best Matt
Emmog 11 38 1 England
12 Aug 2009 8:00AM
I like the the DOF and detail in the front ragwort(s)
MrsS 14 4.5k 18 England
12 Aug 2009 5:29PM
Great DoF, Sarah Smile

Fran x

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