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Evening Cycle Ride

Sunday, July 22, 2007

For once the sun is shining. Here are a few images of an evening cycle ride to the south of Glasgow.

White cottage with Glasgow city in distance.

View of Glasgow city with flock of sheep in foreground. In some parts of Scotland (Highlands) sheep outnumber people by a ratio of 10 to 1.


A flock of black sheep (with horns). Quite unusual.



More black sheep through Purple Loosetrife.

Purple loosestrife is an erect perennial herb with a square, woody stem and opposite or whorled leaves. Purple loosestrife adapts readily to natural and disturbed wetlands. The plant is highly invasive. It is very pretty when in flower but normally considered a weed.



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