Today’s walk in the Tamar Valley brought so many delights, it’s difficult to choose just one to write about.
Post-Midsummer announced itself with an abundance of hazelnuts cradled in their sheaths, ready to ripen later.
New wild flowers appear still, in shades of purple and cream.
There was a reminder that we are stronger as a team with a common purpose, than alone: thousands of tiny goosegrass flowers conspire to fill the air with a delicate scent to attract pollinators.
On the topic of scent, nothing quite beats meadowsweet at this time of the year.
And just when I thought I should have taken a drink with me, I came across an abundance of ripe raspberries to quench my thirst.