I photographed this plant on the pebbly coast of Suffolk. Unfortunately I’ve not yet been able to identify it!
Filed under Flowers, Nature, photography, shapes, Texture
Tagged as sea shore, seashore vegetation and flora
Lovely shot! I’ll look it up when I’m back home in Cley, Louis. I got a nice identifying booklet on the shoreline.
Warm greetings from sunny Norway,
Dina & co
Thanks Dina. Your help would be appreciated. I’m sure you’re enjoying Norway.
Yes, I am. 🙂 Can you believe it, my beautiful hometown Fredrikstad is voted the most attractive city in Norway! 🙂
With all this perfect detail, you’d think it would jump out from the pages of a field guide, but it doesn’t always happen that way. It’s a very nice photo though! Yesterday I was very excited to find a Sundew growing along a strip of mossy pond edge, in the mountains. Discoveries are fun, and a favorite part of summer….
I’ve still not identified this specimen but I enjoyed working on the image and, as you say, discoveries are fun.
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