Meadowsweet. The Queen of the Meadow. The drink Mead gets its name from this plant as it was used to flavour it in the past. Chaucer mentions it - "Medewurt", but it was used much earlier than Chaucer's Medieval times, as Meadowsweet pollen has been found in Beaker burial pots. Here's a Dartmoor reference to it being used in a burial context too, only as a floral tribute, rather than an alcoholic drink to take into the next world.
Bramble flowers are SO pretty.
Square Stemmed St John's Wort. If you feel the stem, it really DOES feel square. To check it wasn't Perforate St John's Wort (the two are similar), I picked a leaf off and held it up to the light. No perforations on it.
Pink brambles this time. What a beautiful colour they are, with just the merest smudge of lilac in their colouring.
I have to say I am delighted with the camera I got for Christmas (the Lumix). It takes really good close ups and good scenery shots too.