Cow Parsley, loved by some as the roadside verges turn white heralding the arrival of summer and hated by those who consider it invasive and detrimental to more traditional wild flowers. Seen here on the edge of a field next to a railway bridge on the disused Longparish Branch section of the Test Valley ‘Sprat and Winkle’ line that closed in 1956. Image made with a Canon EOS 6D and a Russian Helios 58mm f2 lens.

Cow Parsley, loved by some as the roadside verges turn white heralding the arrival of summer and hated by those who consider it invasive and detrimental to more traditional wild flowers.

Seen here on the edge of a field next to a railway bridge on the disused Longparish Branch section of the Test Valley ‘Sprat and Winkle’ line that closed in 1956.

Image made with a Canon EOS 6D and a Russian Helios 58mm f2 lens.