(AS IS, Finepix F31fd, f/2.8, 1/150secs, ISO100, WB clowdy, -1/3EV)
Finally made it to Kew Gardens! Here is one Margaret among the many wild flowers in the wilder parts of Kew Gardens – the afternoon sunshine was just starting to cool a bit.
The whole area is amazing, so many plants from all over the world are gathered there, catalogued and catered for – whenever you see some plant (from the biggest and oldest tree to the smallest flowering plant), just get close, there will be a tag! Unfortunately, I couldn’t take pictures of all the tags next to the flowers I took pictures of – not enough space on any card! So I only just found out the name of this common flower: ‘ox-eye daisy’ (sometimes called Marguerite or Margaret)
(On 3 July 2003 the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew was officially inscribed on the list of World Heritage Sites by UNESCO)