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Himalayan Balsam is very pretty but quite invasive and has spread rapidly in wet areas and around river banks.
Himalayan Balsam is very pretty but quite...
House martin
House martin
Blackberries 2
Blackberries 2
Blackberries
Blackberries
Dandelions
Dandelions
Dandelions
Dandelions
Fungus near Vicarage Grove, Wenhaston
Fungus near Vicarage Grove, Wenhaston
Closer view of fungus near Vicarage Grove, Wenhaston
Closer view of fungus near Vicarage Grove,...
This large fungus is showing its age as it is infested with burrowing insects.
This large fungus is showing its age as it is...
Thorington Church Arts Festival
Thorington Church Arts Festival
Cattle grazing the Church Farm Marshes between Wenhaston and Thorington
Cattle grazing the Church Farm Marshes...
Cow and calf on Church farm marshes
Cow and calf on Church farm marshes
Young heifer on Church Farm marshes
Young heifer on Church Farm marshes
Heifer on Church Farm Marshes
Heifer on Church Farm Marshes
Heather in flower on Blackheath
Heather in flower on Blackheath
Heather on Blackheath
Heather on Blackheath
Close up of some heather on Blackheath
Close up of some heather on Blackheath
Black Deek pond on Blackheath
Black Deek pond on Blackheath
May Blossom and Gorse in flower around Black Deek pond on Blackheath, Wenhaston
May Blossom and Gorse in flower around Black...
Black Deek pond
Black Deek pond
Black Deek pond on Blackheath
Black Deek pond on Blackheath
Black Deek pond
Black Deek pond
Hawthorn Blossom
Hawthorn Blossom
Close up of Hawthorn Blossom – the hedgerows turn white with this blossom in May.
Close up of Hawthorn Blossom – the...
Close up of Hawthorn Blossom – the hedgerows turn white with this blossom in May.
Close up of Hawthorn Blossom – the...
The footpath between Hog lane and Merton Wood leading onto Church Farm Marshes (in the distance)
The footpath between Hog lane and Merton Wood...
The old gate at the end of the footpath down to Church Farm Marshes between Wenhaston and Thorington.
The old gate at the end of the footpath down...
A meadow of buttercups at Church Farm Marshes
A meadow of buttercups at Church Farm Marshes
A meadow of buttercups at Church Farm Marshes
A meadow of buttercups at Church Farm Marshes
A meadow of buttercups at Church Farm Marshes
A meadow of buttercups at Church Farm Marshes
Cattle are used to graze the marshes at Church Farm Marshes to mainatin the open habitat.
Cattle are used to graze the marshes at...
This young heifer was fascinated by the camera and insisted on posing for a photograph. These are from an organic herd at Thorington used to graze the Church Farm Marshes
This young heifer was fascinated by the...
Wenhaston playing field
Wenhaston playing field
Barn Owl on a post at Low Farm, Wenhaston. The view across the Blyth Valley toward Sotherton and Bulcamp.
Barn Owl on a post at Low Farm, Wenhaston....
Barn Owl perching on a post near Laurel Farm with the Blyth Valley in the middle distance
Barn Owl perching on a post near Laurel Farm...
Looking along the Blyth Valley from near Laurel Farm, Wenhaston toward Blythburgh Church. Note the Barn Owl flying in the middle of the photograph.
Looking along the Blyth Valley from near...
The Blyth valley between Wenhaston and Blythburgh – Southwold just visible (but tiny) in far distance.
The Blyth valley between Wenhaston and...
Looking towards Blythburgh with Southwold in the distance
Looking towards Blythburgh with Southwold in...
Originally built as a Workhouse in 1766 the Bulcamp House of Industry became Blythburgh Hospital in 1929 until it closed as in 1994. Now it is known as Blyth View and is now being redeveloped as flats and apartments.
Originally built as a Workhouse in 1766 the...
Sheep grazing the water meadows beside the River Blyth near Mells
Sheep grazing the water meadows beside the...

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