|Title||Comma detail. Detail of 908559 on Hemp Agrimony in high summer.|
|Photo's author||Zorba the Geek User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||03 Aug 2008 00:00:00|
|Original size||594 x 462|
|Retrieved from source on||23 Sep 2012 01:48:50 (UTC)|
Comma detail. Detail of 908559 on Hemp Agrimony in high summer.
Female Common Darter (Sympetrum striolatum) Common Darters are a common sight in autumn along the path along the south side of the woods. As it gets cooler, basking on warm surfaces becomes necessary …
Norfolk Coast Path behind Holkham Bay
A windy day at Holkham Bay
Pine and lichen in the dunes
The Queen Mothers beach hut
Trackway through Pinewoods at Holkham This trackway threads its way through the landward side of the pinewoods that line the western end of Holkham Bay.
Pine trees and bracken in the Holkham Meals woodland Photo taken just a few yards from the 'Joe Jordan' birdwatching hide.
Pine trees and bracken in the Holkham Meals woodland
At the edge of the pinewoods Willowherb, marram grass, ferns and carline thistles can be found here growing side by side. This large belt of pine trees (Corsican, Scots and maritime pine with holme oa…
A busy day on the beach at Holkham Bay
Where dunes and pinewoods meet Willowherb, marram grass, ferns and carline thistles can be found here growing side by side. This large belt of pine trees (Corsican, Scots and maritime pine with holme …
A Carline thistle (Carlina spec.). See also > 909969 - 909975 - 909981. The carline thistle is a member of the Asteraceae family and native to Europe, north Africa and Asia. The plant has properties w…
Pines in the dunes The pines at Holkham Meals spread northwards into the dunes. They are controlled but will keep seeding there. These old grey dunes hold an important variety of plants and lichens, w…
Grey dunes A rabbit burrow shows the dark layer of sand where organic matter has built up. Not far below however is much paler sand.
Sand Ripples in Holkham Bay Another striking example of the wide open spaces in Holkham Bay, looking westwards and verified by GPS in the absence of obvious landmarks.
Holkham Iron Age Fort from the Joe Jordon Bird Hide The iron age fort is viewed here from the Joe Jordon hide which is in a raised position overlooking both the fort and an area of water shown to the …
Norfolk, East of England, England, United Kingdom osm