A couple of weeks ago I was pleasantly surprised to discover patches of bluebells on the top of Trencrom Hill. Today I went back to see how the then burgeoning foxgloves were faring.
I was not disappointed.
I was also delighted to find stonecrops (sedum) spreading out along the edges of the granite rocks, small clumps of tiny yellow (unknown) flowers, red curly dock, and golden grasses.
The rich purple spires rise above the waves of golden grasses contrasting against the bright green pastures below.
All framed by a beautiful blue sky and fluffy white powder puff clouds.
My neighbouring nature reserve just keeps on giving me pleasure.