photos of England

yes, the iind post of the day, a bit much, maybe even showing off; however, WordPress were magnanimous enough to upgrade my storage to 6GB for no other reason than they are smashing folk, so i figured i’d share some photos, as reparation & thanks, of my trip to England.
i wasn’t fortunate enough to get much in the ways of good weather, December in England is gloomy beyond compare, an unceasing drizzle- blink & you’ll miss daylight all together the day is so short. however, a morning, an evening & one whole day of weather opened up, suitable enough for taking some pics; just that in 10 days, utterly peeved, but i think i made the best of a raw deal.
i am surrounded by countryside where i live & it is the only thing i am interested in photographing; there isn’t an inch i don’t know, i have been walking there almost my entire life.
i wasn’t interested in photography until recently, as some of my regular readers will know, so i was eager to get some pictures to look at when i miss home. hope you enjoy them even a little as much as i enjoy walking there.

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14 thoughts on “photos of England

    1. Heather is a lucky plant: i think it is classed as a weed, due to how aggressive it is, it is lucky, because it is beautiful & shelters a lot of animals so we don’t pare it back much.
      Most of these were taken between 12 & 3 in the afternoon, but it looks like late evening, thus the sense of gloom for ghe English who struggle with such a lack of daylight. I’m interested to know the compendium of your thoughts after catching up.

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