Yesterday the sun broke through the mist just in time for sunset.
Another species named in the Injurious Weeds Act of 1959: the tall and beautiful spear thistle (Cirsium vulgare). Here is a gallery of pictures of spear thistles taken in the park by DKG.Click here for a gallery of pctures
Park users often send us their photographs of the park: larch cones in the rain, their children or grandchildren playing in the woods, butterflies on the point of escaping from the picture, first flowerings, blurred birds and fabulous views of the sunset. We would love to be able to publish more of themContinue reading “Photographs”
A walk around the park at sunrise with DKGClick here to open the gallery