A flash of yellow.

The daffodil a common sight that we regularly see in parks, gardens and on roadsides are mainly garden varieties. In parts of the south of the UK or Wales in damp meadows or woodlands you can see the true Wild Daffodil. While out for our walk today following a deer in a woodland and the edge of a local industrial estate we stumbled across a large patch of Wild Daffodils – a splash of colour coming up amongst the winter leaf debris on the woodland floor.

A couple of Roe deer spotted across a local field.


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