Wildflower Walks By The Thames | August 2015

Trapped forever on its own, The Coves are a naturalized set of trails along the old elbow of The Thames River.

It can be wild, or restrained, hilly, or grassy trails meandering along the banks. Where wildflowers grow, so do bees, and bugs, butterfly’s and birds; providing a plethora of pollinator, and seed distributors, and other propagators.

One can start at Euston Meadow, or park at Greenway…see trail map here.

Here are some macro shots, taken August 13, this year (2015) along the stretch from German Club trail entrance, cross springbank road to Greenway portion.

Equipment: Elph135. Edit via pixlr.

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