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Ladybirds and Wortham Ling, Norfolk - 17th March 2012

There's another ladybird infestation - everything in the garden seems to be covered in them. Fleeing the colourful insects for a while, we head over to Wortham Ling, just outside Diss, for a stroll in the early spring sunshine.

next album: Walking the Cat, Brome, Suffolk - 19th March 2012
previous album: TouchType do Wagamama, South Bank, London - 6th March 2012

Aphids - favourite food of ladybirds - crawl all over their nemesis in oblivion

A whole swarm of ladybirds on a dead pine tree

A pair of bright spotty 'Bishy Bishy Barnabees' (Suffolk dialect for ladybirds)

Fred helps with potting stuff

Fred gets ready for the first trip of the year with the roof down

The car on Wortham Ling

Bare tree on Wortham Ling

Fred runs about as Isobel catches up

Fred's got two (not one, two) sticks

A rotted tree stump

Fred roams around in the woods

Spindly Silver Birches

Back in London, there's some more trackside graffiti

Trackside graffiti, near Liverpool Street

A brand-new shiny silver graffiti tag

Isobel and Fred by a damp Diss Mere

Grandad and Fred in Norfolk Yard, Diss

Another sad end: the Camera Company in Diss closes down

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Aphids - favourite food of ladybirds - crawl all over their nemesis in oblivion