It's Wednesday. There's a photo. I haven't a clue what it is.
A further instalment on the "Is it, or isn't it, an orchid?" question.
Photo kindly supplied by the Admiral, who has thoughtfully included a 1p piece for scale.
For non-UK followers, this coin is about 20mm in diameter. That's about four fifths of an inch in old money (though for those of us who began our education pre-1971, this 1p will always be new money).
The small brown leaf can be safely ignored, it's Autumn and it's windy. I wish the not-so-careful accidental topiary of the big green leaves could also be ignored, but, to my eternal shame, it's my fault.
The Admiral is pretty convinced it's a Bee Orchid. But as I stated the other day, I don't have the necessary botanicalness to venture an opinion. I just hope it knows Winter's on the way.
* Apologies to Nature ID for the barely-disguised plagiarism of a brilliant title.