I do love you mum - tickle my tummy! Here is Theo being a Daft Cat.
A colourful splash in the garden - the scarlet of the tiny scarlet Dianthus against Lady's Mantle.
The Kiftsgate in the corner, which has grown right through the Hawthorn into a bouquet of blooms.
Last week we had to go to Llandeilo, and decided to have a very short walk across the river (Towy) to the watermeadows on the far side. This is the view looking upstream.
The view downstream. Swallows and Martins were ducking and diving and swooping above the river, trawling for insects.
It's easy to see that if Wales was ever abandoned, the trees would very soon take over!
This lovely house has a wonderful outlook.
This is the bridge across the river. Our son Danny and his friends always called this the swing bridge. it does bounce delightfully as you walk across!
Upstream again. I can just envisage Salisbury Cathedral in this setting . . .
Erm, Umbellifer . . .
Common Bindweed. This grew all over a neighbour's hedge across the road from the house where I grew up. I truly believed that this was the flower that the Moon Moth used in Dr Doolittle Goes to the Moon!! I was only 8 or so though . . .
Bird's Foot Trefoil - or is it Meadow Vetchling? I didn't notice the leaves.
Above and below: the beautiful Fox and Cubs (aka Orange Hawkweed). They grow prolifically on warm roadside banks.
Finally, a close up of my favourite wild flower, the purple Tufted Vetch. Isn't it gorgeous? I love to see it tumbling up the hedgerows.