Posted in Life is elsewhere, Nature

Simply Suffolk #4

Buttercup and flowering grasses in Suffolk meadows A rough path vanishes into the pale, washed Suffolk skyline where distant fields of Rape compete for attention with the buttery spread of Ranunculus. Buff-headed stems bob in the windswept grasses and blur in the foreground, implying the sounds and motion that epitomise the magic of meadows . [#simplysuffolk]

Dedication: With thanks to Catharine for a most enjoyable day at Framlingham, walking and talking churches, castles and “New Perennial” planting.

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playing with photography @ eljaygee whilst Tell Tale Therapy has a weakness for words

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