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North

I came up to Lancashire yesterday afternoon and for once, have seen nothing but blue skies…

Seizing the day, and the forecast of more sunshine, we drove up to the Lake District today…. 21 more words

Beautiful Things

The changing face of the British countryside


Oil seed rape is now the fourth most widely grown crop in the United Kingdom. The bright yellow fields we see in spring no longer take us by surprise as they may have done 20-30 years ago. 89 more words

Charity Shop Art

Midsummer Night's Dream

You

can

never

bring

in

a

wall.

Said the pragmatic, Tom Snout (Shakespeare).

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Photographs

Spring Lambs

While out in our beautiful English countryside today exploring churches, I spied these two little lambs springing around a field.  You have to be quick and I’m afraid bared wire comes with the photo, but they were both full of something that I woul love at the moment, energy.

Photography

Point of Order Mr Speaker

Yesterday I spent a wonderful afternoon in the English countryside.  In one sense this is a strange statement to make as I can walk out into the countryside from where I am sitting writing this.   437 more words

General

My Cotswolds adventure: Part 2

As I mentioned here, Cotswolds is a gentle haven for travelers, wanderers and those looking to connect with themselves. Every village will leave you a bit surprised, happy and relax your weary mind. 536 more words

Travel Stories

My local countryside at dusk

It’s exactly two years since I moved to Oxford. After all this time and countless walks in the countryside I am still amazed by the peaceful beauty of the meadows. 235 more words

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