Cuphea llavea is also known as the bat-faced cuphea …
Snowdrop merged with ‘Woman with a Parasol’ (1875) by Claude Monet
Oops! Too much nectar for this carder bumblebee
Parrotia persica and red-legged hermit crabs are clearly related!!!
Adele Bloch-Bauer I’s portrait by Gustav Klimt (1903-7) emerges from a very autumnal silver birch
Ladies of the lake: The bent ‘knees’ of the swamp cypress in Cambridge Botanic Gardens evoke visions of ladies in wedding hijab.
Does Bunny-tailed grass really look like a bunny’s tail?
Two of the fungus Geastrum triplex or Collared Earthstars, complete with earthly bodies and stellar radiance
Hedgehog coneflowers …Well, why do you think I got that common name?
The Mk1A Radio Telescope at Jodrell Bank, Cheshire with a hellebore flower superimposed
‘Belle Epoque’ tulips with ‘The Political Lady’ (1885) by James Tissot
Dopplegängers: Pikachu and Bee Orchid
This view of the CUBG swamp cypress has a distinct meerkat vibe!
Wintersweet mashed with ‘Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose’ (1886) by John Singer Sargent
Alice in Wonderland at Madingley Hall
Snake’s Head Fritillary fused with ‘Morning Walk’ (1888) by John Singer Sargent
Waterlilies as huge radio telescopes
Walnut leaf scars with monkey look-alikes
Man Orchid with Hooded Man and Centurion faces
Female walnut flower with hare superimposed
Toadstools with Cicely Mary Barker Flower fairies
This Fieldfare reminds me of Red from the game ‘Angry Birds’
Couldn’t resist colouring up this year’s Strawberry (June’s full) moon
Millbrook roundabout is a major gateway to Southampton city centre and is certainly one of the busiest (~36,000 vehicles each day). All of which means that it is especially important to watch out for heavy plants crossing!!!
Teddy Bear sunflowers are cute!