Which way photo challenge

This is the first time I have taken part in one of  Cee’s photo challenges.

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Which way’ is a weekly challenge on a Friday.

It just happened that I was walking along a footpath looking out for different species of grass for a Twitter #wildflowerhour, when I looked up and saw a group of ewes and lambs ahead of me on the path.

Which way would they go? They turned off to their right.

Sheep ahead
Sheep ahead

Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge

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All-time favourite photo

The final (!) photo challenge from the Daily Post is for a favourite photo of all time.
This is a difficult choice to make. I looked through my photos starting with the most recent ones, avoiding ones I have entered for competitions or posted here previously. The first one, which seemed worth sharing, was from August last year. It was taken in a wild flower garden, which has featured on this blog. I like the light on the teasels.

Teasels
Teasels

Beauty from twisted stems

To enjoy the blooms on clematis plants, we have used their natural tendency to twist and twine. They are supported by a wooden framework.

The first one to flower in spring is Clematis Montana. It grows quickly and threatens to smother the slower growing species, which flower later.

The photo challenge from the Daily Post is Twisted.

Clematis blooms and wooden frame
Clematis blooms and wooden frame
Another view of clematis blooms
Another view of clematis blooms
Twisted stems (taken at an angle)
Twisted stems (taken at an angle)