Watery Worlds

The little pond in the corner of Polytunnel Zenith

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is full of life

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These two have moved in

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basking on the sunny stones

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enjoying the insect life in the warm still air

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sharing the water

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Meanwhile down at the Meadow Lake the amount of plant cover is growing

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but still a lot of clear water to catch the sky

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Last year’s Bullrush flowers

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are adding to the mixture

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making their own floating ecosystems

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Lily leaves are surfacing

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Round the margins

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our honey bees pause for a drink

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The damselflies have arrived

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The smallest pond of all

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is packed with lilies and newts

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2 thoughts on “Watery Worlds

  1. Awesome photos…. the mares tail plants in the water… I thought, what’s that?? It looked like something from a ski resort! And the four red damselflies, a beautiful picture! Thank you for sharing, it’s my morning treat! 🍃🌿☘️🐞🦋🐛🐜🐛🐝🦆🐥🐔🐷🐰. 🦁

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  2. Yes, loved both those pics too – I thought it looked like a snowy scene and I love the 2 frogs. They sit there for hours each day, side by side in the same place, they are both quite small.

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