Jim Shead's Photography Pages
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Flora and Fauna

From time to time I have taken pictures of plants and animals some of which are displayed on this page.

Right: The Dandelion Clock disperses the seeds of these bright yellow flowers on the wind.

Right: Tulip bed in Greenwich Park.

Above: A cricket on an autumn leaf.

Left: Victoria Lilies at Kew Gardens. These enormous plants are grown from seed each year.

Above: Spindle Berries.

Right: A Broad Leaved Marsh Orchid Dactylorhiza majalis on the Isle of Skye in Scotland.

Above: Wood Garlic in flower in May.

Left and Below: In the USA Ground Squirrels are common and are quite used to visitors in the National Parks. These pictures were taken at Bryce Canyon.

Left: This Desert Paintbrush Castilleja chromosa was found at the Bridge National Monument, Utah, USA, in the early summer.

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