Sunday, September 15, 2013

Western anemones

A common subalpine flower in these parts, the western anemone forms lovely seed heads in August. We think they look like the wild silvery hair of aging hippies, also common in these parts.

1 comment:

Linda said...

Very droll, Miranda! At first sight I thought they were our bog cotton, which grows all over the peaty moorland of Scotland. It's the same all year, whereas you get flowers and seed heads.