The same clematis flower, first when it was starting opening, then completely open.
Green water from the algal growth in West Park lake, contrasting with the white of the swans, sheparding this year’s half-dozen cygnets feeding on underwater vegetation.
Mass of blackfly clustering together around a stem.
just yards from the West Park Canada goose pair with ten goslings, another pair watch over their more modest complemnent of two young ones grazing.
A pink-flowered horse chestnut with its last flowers beginning to fade, as the first nuts were beginning to develop last month.
Green water in West Park boating lake from the usual summer growth of algae, as a coot chick swam not far from the shore.
Chive flowers in the WI garden in the Castle Grounds at Bridgnorth, being visited in turn by a bumblebee.
Broad bodied chaser dragonfly, male, resting on vegetation on the edge of a small pool at Baggeridge Country Park.
Swans with half a dozen young cygnets on Spring Pool at Baggeridge Country Park.
Big Canada goose family (10 goslings!) near the boating lake at West Park.
Two males, large red damselflies resting on vegetation in a garden. As far as I know, the only open water nearby is bird baths. but damselflies of various species resting on leaves have been a regular feature this summer.
Ducklings on Bag’s Pool at Baggeridge Country Park.