Friday, August 12, 2011

Illegal Weed and hedgerows, Co. Louth

The first 3 shots were shots taken on the M1 over the hedgerow, using the HDR effect.
Ragwort (Jacobaea vulgaris, syn. Senecio jacobaea) in Irish Buachalán Buí, under the The Noxious Weeds (Thistle, Ragwort, and Dock) Order 1937, issued under The Noxious Weeds Act 1936, declares ragwort as a noxious weed, requiring landowners to control its growth. Its illegal to let it grow wild because it can kill horses by poisoning their livers. Yet it grows wild everywhere every summer especially along the hedgerows, it does brighten up the scene though..

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