Early winter wildflowers

Something special from Nightjar,

These photos are my new year gift to you and also to everyone at Affinity currently dealing with a dull winter. The mild Portuguese winter is, as you can see, full of life and colour, and even if I can’t share the sun and temperatures with you I can at least share the sights. I hope they bring you some happiness.

Coincya sp. (I think), ©Nightjar, all rights reserved


Chickweed (Stellaria sp.), ©Nightjar, all rights reserved

Daisy (Chameleon fuscatum), ©Nightjar, all rights reserved

Fumaria muralis, ©Nightjar, all rights reserved

Fumaria muralis, ©Nightjar, all rights reserved

Thank you, Nightjar. My winter remains dull and your flowers are a welcome gift.



  1. Jazzlet says

    The deep maroon in the close up of the Fumaria muralis is gorgeous, like freshly drawn blood. I’ve a slipover I knitted in that colourwhen I was a student.

  2. Nightjar says

    Thanks. It’s not too important, but I’m actually not sure that is Fumaria muralis, it probably is Fumaria officinalis which begins blooming first.

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