First in Dorset. Now West Yorkshire.
One of my favoue=rite plants (we have the National Collection near here). This a little past its best, perhaps the fairies have moved!
Nive to see my former medication in monochrome! A very nice shot, but I'm glad I now longer need it.
I too love the foxglove, reminds me of the far off days of my childhood and learning about the countryside from mum. Nicely done B&W. Paul at Leeds daily photo
Lovely image well executed.
Lovely photo! And foxglove is one of my favorite flowers!
Hello Hermes, I was tempted to give the Foxglove photo a fancy title to reflect this stage in its growth and demise but decided to let the elegance of the plant speak for itself.Hello Rune. I'm sorry you have ever had to take digitalis - but am glad it was there for you when you needed it.Hello Paul. It is, indeed, a very country-side plant, whether in the hedgerows or in gardens. I associate it with my childhood too - holidays in the West Country and Little Grey Rabbit books.Thanks, Picturit, Luis and eLizabeth. Pleased you like the foxglove photo.Lucy
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