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Some British wild flowers for Ed’s Sunday Stills challenge

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yellow celandines

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wood sorrel

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a bank of primroses

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an early purple orchid

These photos were taken 3 weeks ago on a walk to Heddons Mouth in north Devon, UK.

Did you find any wild flowers?

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Comments on: "Sunday stills: wildflowers" (4)

  1. Wonderful shots.

    Tom The Backroads Traveller

  2. Lovely orchid!

  3. What pretty wild flowers. I didn’t realize primroses grow wild like that.

    • I think they grew wild first and then people started to cultivate them in their gardens. Sometimes the garden varieties are larger and are different coloured, there is one variety which is a pinkish colour – not as nice in my opinion as the pale yellow ones

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