Of Tansy Lanes, Ladybirds, and Sunsets

An Enchanted Place

Day 68 of 365 Days Wild was filled with Random Acts Of Wildness.


I began the day with a walk along the local lanes, out in the company of my mum before the temperatures rose too high. It reached 30°C (86°F) here, later in the day. It was a positively balmy 23° while we were out!

The lanes around the village are always a pleasure to walk out along, surrounded as they are by agricultural land. They’re quiet even later in the day, as they’re only really walked along only by locals. We didn’t see anyone else at all while we were out. Just lots of Tansy (Tanacetum vulgare) growing on the grass verges. This plant is also known as Bitter Buttons, Cow Bitter, and Golden Buttons.


Once I arrived home (and had put together yesterday’s blog post) I decided to spend a few hours drawing the ladybirds…

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