Serendipitously, the first photographs I took today on my walk to town were one each of purple, white and green – which you will know, if you follow, are the colours of the Suffragettes and as such are part of my family history.
1 The purple of the Tibuchina Urvilleana in the front garden was quite startling this morning as there are six new flowers on this amazing plant.
2 Coming back up the hill, I saw this very small white flower growing out of a Cornish hedge, so delicate, so beautiful.
3 The moss on the hedges was a vibrant green and had numerous tiny and fragile-looking flowers, each with a drop of dew on the end, standing up against the light.
Lastly, between the stones of the hedge was this little web, all tangly and mysterious.
Vibrant green moss with tiny flowers
White hedgerow flower