Welsh Wales had some beautiful wildflowers like this Orange Hawkweed aka Fox & Cubs.
We do however, have quite a bit of Hare's Foot Clover in Safari-land, this one was growing at the edge of a beach car park.
Field Scabious is not a common sight in Safari-land as we lack the limestone they prefer, except in the northpart - there were hundreds of them along the side of the old railway.
A drive to Harlech took in the castle - an impressive piece of engineering sat high on its crag. The road we are driving would have been under water when it was built as the from the m,ain gate (centre) a set of steep steps led down to a quay from where the castle stone was delivered and on completion supplies were brought in - easier and safer than doing the overland journey! Originally the castle would have been painted gleaming white and flags would be those of the enemy - the cross of St George, rather than the current Welsh dragons.
Today we have been mostly dipping Curlew Sandpipers; but we have also be making Sloe Gin - if any one local wants some Sloes let us know as we have loads left over for collection or local delivery - easily enough for a couple of bottles!
Where to next? Have to get back on the trail of those Curlew Sands.
In the meantime let us know what's been photogenic in your outback.
Late edit - just seen this Unbelieveable - or is it, certain intolerable! Total ignoramous ar*ewipes - should be shot themselves - 'numpty' doesn't get anywhere near describing them/IT!!!