Thursday, April 26, 2007

Lichens Glenduckie Hill North Fife

Today, Though overcast I visited Glenduckie Hill, the weather was warm with nil wind and it was really good to stretch my legs, get out and enjoy my local environment. The walk up a track displayed on either side wild strawberry blossoms, celandine, the odd cluster of bluebells and in places uncoiling fronds of bracken through last years bleached foliage. Around the summit outcrops of rock are covered with lichens and bilberry plants already profuse in immature fruits, as with the wild strawberries easier to see now than when ripe. Above a panoramic video of North Fife, the Tay river and Dunbog.

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