Bath, Odd Down. Wild flowers.
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Bath, Odd Down. Wild flowers.

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This isn't the sort of panorama I usually take but for once, the Burghers of Bath have done something for our environment which is not only good for our environment and a pleasure to see but, I guess, a lot cheaper than their planted displays. Let's see these wild flowers on all the suburban approaches to the city, like the daffodils in spring.

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