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Orchid (Anacamptis picta). La Sierra de La Cabrera
These are profuse here between April and June, as are others including a Snake's Tongue variety. Anacamptis picta, is the name of this variety. I have Ronald Losure to thank for this information. He has included more information and photos in a useful link alongside his comment below.
HFF!!! Rhodochiton in my mother's garden
Garden in St Day, Cornwall
Porthcadjack, Cornwall north coast, heather and gorse
South West Peninsula coast Path between Basset Cove and Ralph's Cupboard, Portreath, Cornwall. For Pam.
Wheal Coates tin mine from Tubby's Head, Cornwall. PLEASE STAY, DON'T RUN AWAY!!!
St Agnes' Heritage Coast, August 2014. Granite cliffs (and rock samphire in the foreground).
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL MY IPERNITY AND EX-PANO FRIENDS!!!! PLEASE STAY, DON'T RUN AWAY!!!
Plaza Chueca, Madrid. Christmas lights in the rain.
San Lorenzo de El Escorial
The Palace-monastery from the Herreria Woods, Abantos behind. The Capital of Much of the Known World, circa 1590.
Cornish Garden. HFF!!! PLEASE STAY, DON'T RUN AWAY (ESPECIALLY NOW)!!!
My Mother's garden, St Day, Cornwall. I know it's a bit early but I'm not sure if I will be around to post it for Happy Fence Friday tomorrow!
Wild tulips (having a party). Sierra de La Cabrera, June 2013
They only open at the height of the strongest sun and when the temperature gets really hot, sometimes for an hour or so only. I have seen them closed on a sunny and warm day - it just wasn't quite hot enough. This is not photoshopped or edited in any major way. The tulip colours and the grey of the degraded granite were as seen. Sight and sound! www.youtube.com/watch?v=rXHwzyqFRDE
Honeysuckle, Fishing Cove, Cornwall
High above the beach by the side of the steep path. A lazy, hazy summer's afternoon. The cliffs seen here are called The Knavocks. No idea why.