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I live in a camper van with a couple of West Highland Terriers for company.
My passion is photography but it is a work in progress.
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Monday, 1 August 2016

NOT MUCH CHANGE. (01/08/16)

I am not long back and there is little change at the old stump with the Stinkhorns. The old one has collapsed which is an all too familiar sight.
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I do have a few pictures from the weekend and the latter half of last week.
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ROWAN
These are a little peculiar as some fruit a good month before others and they seem to have smaller berries. I once had Rowan berry beer, disgusting it was but I suppose if Sainsbury have run out of Pilsner it would do.
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A Worker RED TAILED BUMBLEBEE.
Good Identification, It’s easy when one is an expert and can see the other side of it.
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That’s all for today, I hope you all have a good month.

10 comments:

  1. Happy August to you too. The bee on the thistle is bee-utiful. You know I had to say it!

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  2. Lovely selection of nature images. I think we have the same red berry plants in our 'woods' here in Utah, but not sure. They are beautiful intermixed with the white trunks of the aspen trees.

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    1. Karen the Rowan is also known as The Mountain Ash.

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  3. Nobody loves a collapsed stinkhorn. Nice shot, though.

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    1. Bill, I find them fascinating but they are also repulsive.

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  4. That's right, it's next month already! I really like the bee shots. Not too sure what to think about those Stinkhorns.

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    1. Pauline they have some wonderful colloquial names. Devils dipstick is my favourite. I am just about to go out to check them.

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  5. Time goes by too quickly when you are older. HAve a good August

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    1. Margaret, it doesn't seem two minutes since it was spring and this morning there is a distinct autumnal feel.

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