J and I had a glorious ramble up and down the mountain that constitutes our ‘back garden’ today. We’ve learned (after 15 years) that the local distribution range of the Armenian Tulip is much larger than the two little pockets we’d previously found. We’ve added yet another species of orchid to Okçular’s tally – it must be thirty or thirty one now! And seen a ‘seldom seen by casual walkers’ species that’s related to the largest flower in the world.
Although this is a salvaged post from Archers of Okcular 31.3.2013 it is relevant because this is the time to see these beauts.
Here’s a few photos of this mornings wanderings, starting with a bit of inverted ‘one-upmanship’ with our friends Mark and Jolee, kindred spirits from Istanbul.
. . and finally – today’s Star Find . .
Alan in Okçular
2 thoughts on “A Bit Of ‘One-Downmanship’”
Beautiful! You outdo us any day of the week!
Horses for courses, guys – your corner is pretty special too!
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