Wordless Wednesday – A dog’s-eye view of the meadow in May

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“Hello, I am Sadie. I am trying to find my way through this cloud of cow parsley”

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Lovely bright buttercups … “Oh yes, I definitely like butter”

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Salisfy … “they’re nice with butter too”

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Plantain … “If only my Mum would stop picking them for catapults”

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Ox-eye daisies … “They are fun ‘cos they bounce back as I pass”

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Cow parsley … “Great for hiding in”

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Dandelion clocks … “Not sure what the time is though”

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Red clover … “Oh good luck for me, I’ve found one with four leaves”

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Flowering meadow foxtail grass … “Excuse me while I sneeze!”

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The ditch … “Better wash off all that pollen. Now I am ready to go home!”

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19 Responses to Wordless Wednesday – A dog’s-eye view of the meadow in May

  1. Sam says:

    What a fab place. Hope Sadie wasn’t too smelly after her bath in the ditch!

  2. Pete Hillman says:

    Lovely blog and photos!

  3. Eliza Waters says:

    Sweet! Nothing like a meadow in May!

  4. Tina says:

    What a cute dog and she’s a good writer, too. Love that last shot!

  5. shoreacres says:

    It’s delightful to see that plantain. I have the same species growing in a vacant lot across from me. It’s always fun to see the similarities among far-flung places.

  6. Chloris says:

    The May wild flowers are wonderful this year, specially the buttercup meadows.

    • I think is partly nature in catch-up mode, but you are right about the buttercups this year. There are literally acres of them lighting up the lambing fields at Wimpole.

  7. Sue says:

    Great photos and I love the dog’s eye view. Great post!

  8. Christina says:

    Sadie’s view of the world is inspiring, wonderful that there are so many wild flowers still around. Here the Vetch is incredible this year. I must try to photograph it.

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