I fancied a walk round Runnymede today, and managed to get up to the top of Coopers Hill and visit the Commonwealth Air Forces Memorial. This was as interesting and moving as always, despite not being allowed up on the roof for the best views across the River Thames to Heathrow and London.  For a change I only saw the Magna Carta Memorial from afar (extra) but did drop in on the "Writ in Water", inspired by Clause 39 of Magna Carta and the fundamental principles of justice it embodies, and headed back to the car along part of the Thames Path.

This clump of daisies took my eye as being sufficiently wild enough for the Wild Wednesday challenge.

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