Dungloe, Co. Donegal
Must have been very dry weather.God bless.
It looks like it needs some rain. I feel like if I fall on that cliff, I will die of thorns and cuts. But to look at it, it's beautiful!
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Pure nature on its best Bill.
I wonder if it's died naturally or if it's being controlled for some reason.
Hi Bill.It is very wild.Greetings from Patricia.
Now that's not something I associate with the Emerald Isle Bill 🍀
Gosto deste olhar.Um abraço e uma boa semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
Live gorse looks better!
I feel like this....... :(
Hello, I have never heard of gorse, I guess it wasn't meant to be.Enjoy your day!
...something new for me.
The plant is not good against cold and frost, perhaps therefore died.Have a good day, Bill!
We got some green, I am glad about it, but, weee, it´s way too cold for the season.But sunny, so, to a nice arvo, Bill :-)
Is it really dead?
It would be hard to try to walk through that.
It is a good hike though!
It is interesting looking!
Past its prime?
So sad! It's beautiful when it's not dead!
Interesting looking. Looks hard and scratchy like you wouldn't want to walk through it. Never heard of if before.
Must be a very dry area.
Looks ghostly. And I bet scratchy as all get out.
I don't think I've ever seen dead gorse, I'm so used to seeing it in bloom.But I did a google search and discovered that Gorse is relatively short-lived (up to 25 years) you can read more on the RSPB siteAll the best Jan
What happened? My children loved the gorse, playing hide and seek. Why, I have no idea.
Looked like it just dried up and died. There were a few more of these on the trail that we were walking on. All the other gorse was doing fine and blooming.
Olá Bill!Uns caules um pouco secos.Tal como muitos de nós andamos hoje em dia.Que tudo volte a florir.Um abraço mágico.🙅Megy Maia🌈
First time to hear gorse.
Time to regenerate.
There are many native plant proponents who might say the only good gorse is dead gorse.
Looks dead but wait it a small piece might rise from below :)
But still looks wonderful! Take care
One of the bushes I've most admired when visiting the Emerald Isle.
Now I have learned something new, Bill, because I didn't know that gorse was before I saw this post and looked it up!
Gorse is a new one to me.