Tuesday, 27 May 2014

Flora at Hunstanton

Decided not to show pictures of the beach and dunes at Old Hunstanton, I have shown those many times before. Instead, photographs of the wild flowers were taken: This first one is Bog Asphodel or Yellow Rattle

Phacelia:
Southern Marsh Orchid?
Bird's Foot Trefoil in with Yellow Rattle:
All mixed together:
All in all, a lovely walk, topped off with lunch at The Beach Cafe!



4 comments:

  1. I spent lots of time looking at the wild flowers when we wandered around near the dunes on Sunday, there's such variety. I was amazed at the amount of sea thrift in the marsh too, never seen so much.

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  2. Don't remember seeing any of that even though I know what it looks like as I have it in my garden. It is all so pretty and so many folks miss it.

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  3. Beautiful flowers. I love that cafe. Do they still do the awesome slabs of cake? I used to do a circular walk from Hunstanton, along to Holme, up (down?!) to Ringstead and back to Hunstanton through the Downs (or vice versa) and always stopped for the cake.

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    1. They still do home made cakes but we are more savoury orientated. Not sure we could quite walk that far now:)

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