Tadpoles, spent artichokes and sunflower heads on The Weald Allotment.

  

Survival

Tadpoles struggle for survival in their watery world, making their way from their transparent bubbles into a savage world full of predators. Lets hope they survive and gradually metamorphoise into tiny frogs, those mournful eyes forever intent on maintaining their survival.

   

Artichoke and nunflower shake their seedy heads, their circle of growth maintained for yet another season.

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