First in Dorset. Now West Yorkshire.
Well spotted. I like Holly so hope they grow.
Al fotografiar a la naturaleza,si observamos con atención,nos está diciendo que tenemos que cuidarla.Gracias por tu comentário a mi fotoSALUDOS
Was there a holly tree close by or did you scatter the berries?
Hello Hermes.I don't know how much of a chance they have of growing because the grass at the edge of this path is cut down twice a year. But you have given me the idea that I should collect some and see if I can grow holly from seed.Juan Fuentes - absolutely!Hello Toffee Apple - the berries were as you see them. I took a photo of the branch they were falling from too but it isn't quite right for Message in a Milk Bottle, (I might use it on Loose and Leafy.) Unless I put seeds or leaves on a paper to show them clearly - something very obvious like that - I never adjust outdoor scenes. You see what's really there! However, one of the things which attracted me to this particular bit of ground was that the berries, by chance, had fallen in a way that make it look like a little trail. I thought it looked very children's-book-ish . . . Little Grey Rabbit or something like that.
Easy to see against the dead leaves...
And in time for the holidays!
Or Hansel and Gretel?
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