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    Default Lichens,plants and flowers


    from in and around Port Quin.



    Yellow scales lichen


    Sea Campion


    Thrift


    and a gate
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    Nice series Karin. Love the gate. And the Sea Campions are lovely. ~~Peg
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    Love the gate.
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    Really like the gate Karin, just wish you would have gotten a little lower so we could see the cattle better against that wonderful background.

    I also find the thrift picture interesting. Is that growing in the ground or is hanging from the fence?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sage View Post
    Nice series Karin. Love the gate. And the Sea Campions are lovely. ~~Peg
    Thank you Peg.

    Quote Originally Posted by yellalablady View Post
    Love the gate.
    Thank you,glad you like it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Skippy View Post
    Really like the gate Karin, just wish you would have gotten a little lower so we could see the cattle better against that wonderful background.

    I also find the thrift picture interesting. Is that growing in the ground or is hanging from the fence?
    Thank you Skippy. I have a couple of the ponies on their own against the sea as this was primarily a plant walk.
    The thrift was squeezing through the fence posts which mark the official coast path which is what caught my interest.
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    I understand. The gate is lovely, and things may not always be what we want. I just thought that to have the animals framed in that part of the gate would have made an even stronger image. They are out of focus which is ok. I thought they were more like black angus. Silly me.


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