13th February


Brilliant sunshine, today, so the first trip was to our stone circle. The approach road is Beech, Hawthorn and Ash, with a ditch on either side.

Two yellows to start. Creeping Buttercup on the left and Lesser Celandine on the right. Both taken in natural light.


One of the things I always tell people when advising them on how to find things is "Get down to their level". When I was taking the Daisy (the only one in the area, in a tiny beam of light), I saw the Common Shiny Woodlouse scurrying through the undergrowth.




The Opposite-Leaved Golden Saxifrage is a stream-bank dweller. Wet feet, again.

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