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Wednesday 11 June 2008

Wolstonbury Hill and stunning orchids.

This is a great time to be up on the Downs. Wolstonbury Hill is a mass of Common Spotted and Fragrant orchids, plus various grasses and flowering plants like St John's wort and on the road from Hurstpierpoint, Meadowsweet -- one of my favourite flowers.
Above, Wolstonbury Hill and Danny House. Click on any picture to enlarge.
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Common spotted orchid with a common Twayblade, right.

Looking west towards Chanctonbury Hill.

Thyme growing on an ant hill, looking west.

Looking east towards the Jack and Jill windmills, with orchids everywhere.

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