Industrial Wasteland a haven for Flora, Fauna and Photographers

Industrial wasteland lends itself, due to to poor soil, for wildflowers.

Producing glorious , luscious areas for bees and butterflies and all

creepy crawlies, mammals and even photographers!

Sadly the sites are often badly managed and suddenly mown before the  flowers

have had a chance to produce seeds, by overzealous tidy council workers. Shame.

Industrial Wasteland NL

Industrial Wasteland NL

I like prowling around industrial sites, you never know what you might find!

Below a little gallery of glorious wildflowers found on one of these sites,

Please click on thumbnail and move carousel with arrows either side of photos.

 

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4 thoughts on “Industrial Wasteland a haven for Flora, Fauna and Photographers

  1. Yes, beautiful flowers – I especially like the portrait entitled “Industrial Wayside Flowers” – having it off kilter like that, and with the same slant faintly visible in the backdrop, really works; as does the backdrop being quite neutral and muted in colour – the flowers and their stems and foliage really pop out of the image (+ gotta be a mid tone in there somewhere …) . A

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