Spring Wildflowers


Capturing an array of beautiful Spring Wild flowers as I was meandering up the lane and through the meadow at the Norfolk Broads UK.

 

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Wildflowers in summer


A plethora of wildflowers captured at the  Norfolk Broads, a national park filled with flora & fauna.

The Norfolk Broads have been coined ‘Britain’s Magical Water land’ which represents the mystic beauty of the rivers.

The Norfolk Broads wetland has the status of a national park. It’s also home to some of the rarest plants and animals in the UK.

Most wild flowers are beautiful, fragrant and colorful. Wild Flowers can be grown in gardens and just about anywhere else.

Save the Bees Please ♥

SAVE_THE_BEES_1016x1524.indd    Perfect harmony

Buzzing Bees & Blossoms


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Save Our Native Bees!  sos-bees.org

Bees are vital to our lives as they are among the primary pollinators of plants in the world. It has been deduced that if our bees were to die out the effect on crops and wild flowers would be utterly catastrophic. As these crops and flowers provide food for our wild and farm animals we could easily lose up to a third of our regular diet. This is a very real problem, and one that is not getting the attention it needs.

There have been many suggestions as to the causes of the decline in bees, one of the most popular of which is the widespread use of pesticides. Insecticides such as this may well have an adverse effect on bees and could explain the large numbers that are dying out each year. Other suggestions have included mites that spread disease and also the change in climate of late, but bee-keepers are – in general – at a loss to explain what is happening.

500px / Small Heath Butterfly by Valerie Anne Kelly


 

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Small Heath Butterfly (Coenonympha pamphilus)
The Small Heath is a widespread butterfly, it can often be found in many open areas such as meadows, railway embankments, heaths and other rough grassy places across the British Isles. It is also the smallest of the ‘brown’ group of Butterflies found in the Britain.

 

Spring flowers


It is such a delight to capture these beautiful spring flowers from my English & Spanish gardens. Hope you enjoy them as much as I do!

Wishing well Bluebell glade Comfort zone Dew drops on Daisies Forget me not La TulipaTulip center  Daffodil stamens The big bang

Blossom time

 

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