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24: Why are there thorn hedges round the clumps at Croome?

I have received a note from Mr H. of Bromsgrove, a man whose opinions I greatly admire. Mr H. has read my notes on Croome, and having recently visited himself, he asks for my comments on the thorn hedges 276 more words

Components Of Landscape

6: Did Brown travel abroad?

A correspondent, purporting to be Señor J.M.P-G. d’A  de P. y A., president of the bull-fighting appreciation society of Seville, has written to let me know that Brown is still remembered in that city as a great toreador, celebrated for the flourish with which he executed his Veronicas, and that it was through his cape ability that he acquired his nick-name. 157 more words

Components Of Landscape

Looking up

We recently discovered Coombe Country park nearby which is great for a Sunday afternoon stroll. I love walking through forests – so peaceful.


June Walk: Coombe Park, Coventry

On 14th of June, we will walk through woodlands, conservation areas and parkland in Coombe Country Park in Coventry.
The walk is an easy 5 miles, mainly on footpaths with some grass areas but no stiles, and mostly flat. 54 more words

Lesbian Walking Group

A Trip to Coombe with the Boi's

This afternoon I went to Coombe Abbey and took some more picture. Other than taking many a pictures of ducks, I also captured a last few landscape pictures….



One Frosty Morning.

Having been descended upon for the weekend by both parents and grandparents, the last two days have been pleasantly manic.  With it being only my grandparents’ second visit since I moved to the Midlands, I wanted to take the opportunity to show them a little more of the area I now call home. 303 more words