A.K.A. Old Man's Beard.
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It is a joy to see Old Man's Beard catching the light or frosty or dropping with snow - I love it. The close-up is so delicate and a good reminder to 'stop and stare' at familiar plants.
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Thanks Janet, I have to say that most of the OMB in this area is rather matted and bedraggled after the snow but this piece had retained its featheriness. I assume it was in the lee of the wind blown snow. Chris.
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Lat/Lng: 51.2, -1.1
OS grid ref: SU6448