a remembrance of Cornish days

Local flora (3)

Bilberry flowers

Comfrey flowers

Cowslips

 

When to the flowers so beautiful the Father gave a name,
Back came a little blue-eyed one,
all timidly it came
And standing at its Father's feet
and gazing in His face,
It said, in low and trembling tone
and with a modest grace,
"Dear God, the name Thou gavest me,
Alas I have forgot!"
Kindly the Father looked him down
and said: "Forget-me-not."

~By Emily Bruce Roelofson~

 

Fumitory flowers

Dove's Foot Cranesbill

Hawthorn

Gorse

Ferns pretending to be Meer Cats ?

Mind-Your-Own-Business striking out to mind somebody else's business ?

Rain jewels on rose leaves

 

Fungi and 'fairy ring' near Treskillard

Three pictures

 

 

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 'FLORA 3'