A Selection of Wild Flower ‘Trios’ from Fife

In response to this weeks ‘Weekly Photographic Challenge – Trio‘,  I’m posting seven wild flower ‘trios’ all taken around Fife in the last few months. The Iris flower head was growing in the wild, but is a garden escapee.

'Trio' of Young Blackberry Nests

‘Trio’ of Young Blackberry Nests

Iris sanguinea - 'Trio' of petals

Iris sanguinea – ‘Trio’ of petals

 

Pink Purslane 'Trio'

Pink Purslane ‘Trio’

 

Rosebay Willowherb 'Trio'

Rosebay Willowherb ‘Trio’

 

'Trio' of Common Birdsfoot Trefoil Flower Heads with ant

‘Trio’ of Common Birdsfoot Trefoil Flower Heads with ant

 

'Trio' of Spear Thistle Flower Heads

‘Trio’ of Spear Thistle Flower Heads

 

'Trio' of Common Spotted Orchids

‘Trio’ of Common Spotted Orchids

 

 

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41 thoughts on “A Selection of Wild Flower ‘Trios’ from Fife

  1. Lovely images Andy . Over 20 species of orchid in Skye .. another reason for a visit 🙂 a great angle here I bet you were down on your knees !
    Really love the thistles 🙂

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