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Easter Sunday: Walking the Malvern Hills

We’d been invited to my Mum and Dad’s to celebrate Dad’s birthday on Easter Saturday so it seemed like an ideal opportunity to stay over and walk the length of the Malvern Hills the following day. 995 more words


Some recent pictures. (And not of any of the local springs.)

Sheep being moved on North Hill.

Primroses at Croome Court.

British Camp.


Paper birch ( 6 more words


I passed..

I’ve been a little quiet of late and this has principally down to my decision to effectively gain my drone pilot’s license.  In the UK and in much of Europe it is the law that if you want to fly a drone for any kind of commercial gain, you must demonstrate your fitness to operate a drone safely and to do this, you need to be trained and then tested.  702 more words


HH Lines' archaeological drawings of British Camp

Henry Harris Lines, a successful drawing master and landscape artist, became interested in archaeology after moving to Worcester from Birmingham in the 1830s. Worcester at this period was an inspiring city for an artist. 155 more words

Fine Art

The Fog Comes In

Today, parts of Herefordshire were completely engulfed by freezing fog.


Malvern Hills Challenge - 3: British Camp

Its been some weeks since I posted an update on my challenge to climb all the hills that make up the Malvern Hills.  Life has been incredibly demanding and tiring recently with the retirement of my boss of 15 years and a range of meetings one on top of the other at the end of the academic year.  536 more words