I haven’t posted a Duver post since the end of May, but it’s still there, and as beautiful as ever.
This post is a combination of some photos I took on Saturday, and then these, more atmospheric ones taken this morning before work. There aren’t any flowers, but hopefully you’ll forgive me.
I have managed to find a (very) few flowersstill clinging on – rather tatty Chamomile,
precociously early wild garlic, or Ransoms.
and a couple of escapees.
For mellow fruitfulness I can offer the last few blackberries
some beautiful rose hips
and a bevy of tiny little mushrooms, barely bigger than my thumbnail.
As for foliage, look at this, a beautifully frost dusted thistle. And yet no frost in my garden, higher up and further from the sea. Now how does that work?