Sunday, 20 June 2010

Blebo Craigs Village Gardens

Ten village gardens in Blebo Craigs, North East Fife were open this weekend under Scotland's Garden Scheme. Above is the view from one of the gardens to the Lomond Hills.

Another garden includes this water-filled disused quarry, with yellow flags at the edge.

A lovely bank of wild flowers - fox-gloves, sweet rocket, poppies and lambs-lugs.

Friday, 18 June 2010

Spot the Birdie

This yellowhammer was well camoflaged amongst the bushes alongside the disused railway track in Lower Largo.

Sunday, 13 June 2010

Flowers in Abundance

A field strip of poppies in Upper Largo.

A flowery glade of buttercups and red campion in the Serpentine Walk.

Tuesday, 8 June 2010

Granny's Bonnets

A lovely patch of aquilegia (columbine, granny's bonnets) at the top of Massney Braes. They ranged in colour from white through pink and blue to deep purple.

Thursday, 3 June 2010

Eider Ducks and Ducklings

An eider duck with four ducklings swimming off Largo Pier. The ducklings looked so tiny as they battled the waves.

Tuesday, 1 June 2010

Flowers in Red, White and Blue

Red campion and bluebells at the start of Keil's Den

An avenue of white cow parsley and may blossom on the trees in the Serpentine Walk.

A sea of bluebells in Keil's Den.