Abbey Meadows

Abbey Meadows

Sunday, 3 August 2008

Carlisle park











Carlisle park is situated in Morpeth town centre. Away from the formal gardens and the recreational areas the ancient woodland, which is flanked by the Wansbeck and the Postern burn holds a variety of wildlife as good as any other woodland in the wansbeck valley. It is an excellent wood for fungi and ferns and many of my photos of these have been taken in the park. I have posted a few shots taken this morning with Wild carrot and Knapweed at Ha' hill, Fennel and Mugwort also at Ha' hill, Chicory and the fungi Dog's stinkhorn looking a bit worse for wear following the heavy rain. I await the innuendoes!

1 comment:

mosstrooper said...

Place i have yet to visit, but by the look of your photos definitely on my to do list