A smorgasbord of oranges from our travels to Shropshire and Wales last weekend! Hope you enjoy the gallery below 🙂
Fray: from French frayer to rub, from Latin fricāre ; see friction, friable
A rock climber has to regularly check the ropes they rely upon for signs of wear. This is the very last place you’d want to find a frayed rope!
verb (used with object)
1.to wear (cloth, rope, etc.) to loose, ravelled threads or fibres at the edge or end; cause to ravel out.
Weeds and wildflowers
Tattered floral art from start
To seed head finish
1.a fight, battle, or skirmish.
Synonyms: altercation, combat, war, clash, encounter, set-to.
A territorial fray. Who won you ask?
The referee (Heather) decided there was foul play and flicked the ant off the stem!
Wordless Wednesday: Powis Castle