A Walk in the Meadow on a Summer’s Day

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Summer  has taken such a long time to reach us this year, nature seems to be playing a constant game of catch up. I’ve been waiting patiently for my oriental poppy to flower,finally on Saturday it did. 🙂 Now the sun has arrived the wild flowers are abundant in the countryside around my home. I took a walk with my daughter and our dog Jazz this lunchtime  to give us both a break from our computers and here are a few of the flowers we saw on the way. 🙂

orchids close up

The Marsh Orchids which are pictured grow in the country park close to our home.  I always escape to the country park and trails when I want inspiration or just need to work through an issue with a plot or character. Walking through meadows of wild flowers always makes me think of  the supernatural especially Fae.

orchids and daisies

Jazz needed to recover  when we got home 🙂

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We found the enchanted wood below near Curbar in the Peak District Derbyshire last Sunday.

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This water filled rock was found high up on Baslow edge. I couldn’t help but wonder what mystical worlds it concealed.

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Finally an inquisitive visitor I had whilst writing this post. This friendly bird visits us several times a day. 🙂

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What’s your favourite way to spend a summer’s day?

Jx

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3 thoughts on “A Walk in the Meadow on a Summer’s Day

  1. Hi Jane, am playing catch up on your blog 😉 Love the photos – especially the one of the oriental poppy. My favourite way to spend a summer’s day is taking a walk out with a picnic among some trees with a nice mix of sun and shade. Anywhere with water or woods gets my vote. x

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