Sunday 18th April 2010.
An uneventful weekend with the just the odd surprise. On Sat. we went up to the garden on the moor to film the final shots for my film about John Williams and his remarkable moorland garden but we were too early for the drifts of daffodils I require for the spring sequence it will be another week before enough flowers are open to make the shots impressive (spring comes late to these high moorland valleys) but I did record his narration.
Sat... Noah Dale the valley of the garden on the moor
Sunday 18th April
Todays walk in the Ribble Valley exploring the backwaters on little used paths in areas we've never explored With the usual show of early spring flowers.
growing happly together, this is a suprise to me because the flower books
state that the Alternate leaved Golden Saxifrage is much less common,
in this location it dominates the Opposite leaved species.
floating sea snail ~ 03/29/12 ~ Coast Guard Pier - a floating sea snail *Carinaria japonica* (aka *Carinaria **cristata** japonica*) for more information posted 05/12/12 - It's thanks to Neil's (one who has...
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