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Photos taken late July in Portadown. All the pictures were taken in Corcrain woodland, except the first, which was on Portmore Street at one of the Churches. The last photo was in my garden.


Flowers
Each year in summertime, we are treated to these pretty flower displays, by Thomas Street Methodist Church.

Bindweed
Even the common and voracious bindweed has its appeal. It looks like a wild lily and it thrives along the old railway embankment.

Butterfly on Clover
This white butterfly idles the day away on a worn out head of clover.

Knapweed
A bee gets to work on the bright purple head of this knapweed flower in Corcrain woodland.

Cornflower
Once a common site in the countryside, the humble cornflower is now rarely seen. This is one of a few which appeared this summer. The vivid hue smiling in contrast to the verdant green oasis.

Berries
An early harvest from one of the young saplings planted recently, provides colour and is picturesque.

Wild carrot
Standing tall in the centre of a haze of cauliflower-like heads, is a plant known as wild-carrot.

Rosebay Willowherb
This delicate head must be very tempting to the multitude of insects that throng the vicinity.

Mates
Two butterflies refused to be disturbed as I scattered the tall grass, for a better shot.

Foxglove
Another wild flower which is not as common as it once was, the poisonous but beautiful foxglove.