A Swanston Walk
Mr Flum recently discovered a new walk on the way to Swanston, a route through trees as the course of a game called Disc Golf, see map location. Extra 2 shows the explanatory notice board and (to its right), a view down the course; below, views towards the Pentlands and the 'T' wood, plus a fleeting glimpse of Swanston Cottage, with its RLS connection.
Along our route there and back we admired the blossom - extra 1, of Rowan (with St Mark's Fly or Hawthorn fly - one of many), Hawthorn, possibly Midland Hawthorn (Crataegus laevigata) and Ramsons.
Main picture, closer to home of a male Orange Tip, resting on bluebells after a little flirtation with a female Orange Tip.