This is an autumn feast. It's a no information, just look post.
All the pictures (except for the one of the damsons) are cropped from much larger ones so they aren't clickable. (A crop is as good as a click - but quicker.) I don't know what all of them are even though they all belong to common plants. (This blog, after all, is knee deep in ignorance.)
So here's for a seedy walk in August Dorset.
No relation. For people who are unfamiliar with elderberries, they grown on a tree whereas Ground Elder . . .
THE CLOCK OF A HORRIBLE PLANT
with spikes sticking out of its leaves and small, yellow flowers.
SEEDHEAD OF A WHITE, UMBELLIFEROUS PLANT.
There are masses of such around and I wouldn't dare say which one this is.
ROSE BAY WILLOW HERB
And there are, of course, more; this is but a sample. Miles and miles of nature being fecund, prolific, colourful, textured and generous. Hurray!