Archive for 15/03/2015


The Lily pond, Cawston Park, Norfolk on a 5 mile walk this afternoon.

Portraits of Wildflowers

Tree Ferns from Below 3471 Click for better quality.

A visitor to New Zealand can’t help noticing how many native ferns there are and how large they can get. It’s not an exaggeration to say that some grow as tall as trees, and people even refer to them as tree ferns. I photographed the ones in today’s picture, which were perhaps two or three times my height, in the shade of the forest at the Parry Kauri Park in Warkworth*, in the northern part of the North Island, on the afternoon of February 6. Kiwis (as the inhabitants of New Zealand are known) will recognize that as Waitangi Day, the national holiday, and in fact earlier in the day our hosts had taken us to attend the festivities at Waitangi itself.

* New Zealand English generally drops an r that closes a syllable or that’s part of a syllable-final consonant cluster, so

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Azaleas at NT Bodnant- not long now...picture via National Trust

Azaleas at NT Bodnant- not long now…

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