Mainly about the wild flowers of Fife

Frost


Tentsmuir was sunny, clear, blue, sparkling with frost. No wind. Fantastic.

No chance of plant-spotting, but I loved how the frost transformed everything.

Frosty orchid seedheads.

Frosty lichen.

Frosty beach, white and sparkling right down to the sea.


There were great patterns on the sand, where the frost was lingering.


I found a swathe of (frosty) razor shells.

At the point, the waves were doing strange things, crossing over each other and doubling back.


Very few birds today, just a welcome little wren and these ones in the distance.

There were patterns in the ice of the frozen pool I walked over (carefully, with the ice creaking and groaning).

I went over to look at the alders, but the catkins are tight shut. However, the grasses on the moor were wonderful.


Just perfect.

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