The Wait


Not wanting to wish time away, but I'm getting a bit fed up with the cold, the dark and the impoverished wildlife that we currently have to search through. So, as an appetiser for those months that deliver with bounteous variety, here's an image that I took at Marden in Kent several summers ago - Green-winged Orchids in their thousands! Hidden amongst them were a few Adder's-tongues, plus a pond full of Water Violets. If we could have sound then we would be serenaded by the buzz of the meadow. Cannot wait...

Comments

Derek Faulkner said…
A photo guaranteed to make the heart sing Steve, clearly there are people that actually like weather such as we are suffering but give me conditions as per the photo any time - can't wait.
Steve Gale said…
We are obviously cut from the same cloth Derek!
Glasgow Birder said…
Same here, Steve....says me, while dropping my head at the sight of yet more snow falling!!
Steve Gale said…
The novelty of snow lasts for about five minutes with me Dean. Winter has its moments, but the other seasons have many, many more.

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