There's a little path I like. It goes down to a little beach - and I often go there. You've been with me before. It takes about one and a half minutes to walk down and the same coming back - probably less- yet the undergrowth is so dense and varied, I could write a post a week about this one short stretch and there would still be more to see.
At the top of the path - Chicory Flowers.
Summer here lasts long - right into autumn. Here's a Viper's Bugloss plant. It too has been cut. It has to be done - but look it was still in flower when it fell!
Back up the path and, caught in the blackberries (you could cut them back for a million miles and we wouldn't run out of blackberries!) . . . keys from the maple / sycamore / (or even rhubarb!).