JAMIE Warren of Gloucestershire Camera Club was out and about on Easter Sunday photographing pasqueflowers, also known as the Easter flower.

Technically referred to as pulsatilla vulgaris, Jamie pictured them at two SSSIs in the Cotswolds - Hornsleasow Roughs near Tewkesbury and Barnsley Warren near Cirencester.

"They were looking great in the afternoon sun," Jamie, who was accompanied by his two dogs.

Barnsley Warren near Cirencester is a 60 hectare wildlife haven set in a steep-sided dry valley, east of the A429 north east of Cirencester which is open to public access.

It is the best area in the Cotswolds for the pasqueflower, which bloom in April or early May, and it is estimated that there are more than 20,000 at this site.

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