Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Trips, Number 2: Wandlebury, Early Autumn

Here are some pictures - mainly of flora - I took in Wandlebury - one of the few hilly locations in Cambridgeshire!

Some links for those of you interested for more info:
Time-Travel Britain
Cambridgeshire Council info about the park
Wandlebury Park website


Alison thinks the fluffy stuff may be Old Man's Beard.


Red Berries - not sure what they are. If you do, please let me know.
Again, thank you Alison, I think you may be right that this is indeed Guelder Rose.


Fluffy Things
There seems to be a spider's nest or a cocoon in this one. Not sure what it is though. Doesn't seem to be a thistle as the one below. Very architectural, a bit like a chives plant.

Fluffy things in various stages of fluffiness. Please tell me if you know what it is. :-)
This one does indeed look like a creeping thistle, thanks again, Alison.


The root system of a tree. Can't remember what tree it was. I liked the interesting textures and the 'depth' of it. I bet something lives in there that was too shy to show itself. :-)

Note: Please feel free to use these photos as reference images, however do not use them commercially or copy them without asking first.


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