A Photographer for a Forager

Ethical, foraging, green photographer
Ethical, foraging, green photographer
Ethical, foraging, green photographer
Ethical, foraging, green photographer
Ethical, foraging, green photographer
Ethical, foraging, green photographer
Ethical, foraging, green photographer
Ethical, foraging, green photographer
Ethical, foraging, green photographer
Ethical, foraging, green photographer
Ethical, foraging, green photographer
Ethical, foraging, green photographer
Ethical, foraging, green photographer
Ethical, foraging, green photographer
Ethical, foraging, green photographer
Ethical, foraging, green photographer

Yes, I was a Photographer for a Forager! That forager being none other than top Wild Foodie Robin Harford. We chose Dawlish Warren as great place to observe and note the different edible plants that grow on the shorline by the sea and estuary as well as on the Nature Reserve. We had great fun and chatted to the friendly Rangers. Here are a few of my favourite photographs.The plants are: 1. Alexanders (Smyrnium olusatrum) 2. Gorse (Ulex europaeus) 3-5. Gorse (Ulex europaeus) 6. Sheeps sorrel (Rumex acetosella) 7. Sea radish (Raphanus raphanistrum ssp. maritimus) 10. Lady’s smock (Cardamine pratensis) 11. Lady’s smock (Cardamine pratensis) 15. Sea radish (Raphanus raphanistrum ssp. maritimus)
16. Meadwosweet (Filipendula ulmaria)

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  1. 1. Alexanders (Smyrnium olusatrum)
    2. Gorse (Ulex europaeus)
    3-5. Gorse (Ulex europaeus)
    6. Sheeps sorrel (Rumex acetosella)
    7. Sea radish (Raphanus raphanistrum ssp. maritimus)
    10. Lady’s smock (Cardamine pratensis)
    11. Lady’s smock (Cardamine pratensis)
    15. Sea radish (Raphanus raphanistrum ssp. maritimus)
    16. Meadwosweet (Filipendula ulmaria)

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