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DAY 241, GETTING A HEAD

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DAY 241, GETTING A HEAD

29 Aug 2013 11:51PM   Views : 497 Unique : 271

Doing a 365 stops you getting ahead of yourself, unlike a portfolio entry you cannot have a bank of shots to call upon. But where you can get a head at this time of year is at a local nature reserve. I'm talking about plants setting seeds and fruits before their season ends and winter takes hold.

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The seed heads of the grasses.

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The teasels.

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The bullrushes.

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The blackberries, growing through a hawthorn.

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The ? with a tiny spider resident. An umbellifera of a type I do not recognise

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30 Aug 2013 8:02AM
A nice selection Ken.

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JJGEE 11 6.7k 18 England
30 Aug 2013 9:46AM
Do you pick the blackberries and cook a crumble / make some wine ?
That is what my mum used to do Smile
rambler Plus
8 683 14 England
30 Aug 2013 9:57AM
No I'm afraid not, but it's a great idea, a friend makes jam from them but wine sounds much better Smile
rambler Plus
8 683 14 England
30 Aug 2013 10:31AM
After a bit of research I think my mystery plant may be wild carrot, Daucus carota.
JawDborn Plus
4 1.0k 1 England
30 Aug 2013 1:19PM
A good selection, and a good project. Well photographed..

Cheers,

Jack
JawDborn Plus
4 1.0k 1 England
30 Aug 2013 2:09PM
Strangely, before noticing your above comment, I looked the apiaceae up in Collins flower guide, and came to the conclusion it was a wild carrot. So i started to post this comment, and saw you have come to the same conclusion! Great minds think alike.

Jack
rambler Plus
8 683 14 England
30 Aug 2013 5:46PM
They do indeed Jack, we have 22 carrot minds that's why all our puns are very bunny.

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