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I have failed to keep up my 365 project as you can see. Probably underestimated the amount of time puppy training would involve - and the weather has not helped at all particulalry when we get trapped by floods/snow. I am hoping to start afresh in midsummer when hopefully the weather MIGHT be bet...
The Malvern Hills from the village of Kempley. Kempley is famous for its daffodil walks in March and for having 2 churches that are very different. One is Arts & Crafts in style the other is medieaval with fantastic wall paintings. At some point I will try and record them both for this ...
This cyclamen with numerous flowers was one I bought at Christmas. Bought locally it was probably produced locally near Newent, where orchids and cyclamen amongst other pot plants are propagated in thousands for the garden centre trade.
A common sight round here as the ground is covered to produce fruit - probably strawberries. This farm is just along the lane and employs large numbers of foreign workers who live in mobile homes and have their own football pitch on site.
Becket, my adult Spinone, running in the SUN on Chase End. He will be 8 in February. Taken with the GE digital compact that I won in the 2011 EPZ Christmas prizes.
Severn Trent Water, in their wisdom, are renewing the water main in the parish. Causing upheaval in one track lanes which allied to flooding is costing us a lot in extra petrol. Having said that I feel sorry for the men working in all weathers. This hole is opposite our cottage and is where ...
Looking from the bottom of Chase End Hill across the Bromesberrow Estate. They own some White Park Cattle and occasionally they graze this field (but never when I have a camera with me!)
This stunningly ugly building is in Malvern. Location of the dog training class I am taking the puppy to.
Looking toward the Marcle Ridge - specifically Woolhope Cockshoot.
This is home. In a very quiet lane on a corner. Origins c. 1837 when it was 3 farm labourers' cottages. At some point the end one fell down - hence the wall remnant nearest end. According to local records there was a shop here at one time. L - shaped extension + modernisation in 2002 and we ...
Taken with my waterproof D10 as the snow fell just to see what happened. Surreal.
Kita(12 weeks) & Becket (nearly 8) in the garden enjoying the novelty of the snow. They are both Italian Spinone and bred for work as gundogs in the hills of northern Italy so cold is not a problem -except for me standing freezing to death.
This Hellebore has been in bud for somewhile. I thought it was going to open but then it snowed and understandably it decided not to open. Incidentally this is one of a group of these plants that was kindly given to me by a fellow camera club member.
Another of the garden regulars. Can't really get out to take pictures elsewhere.
View of our garden at 11.30 am. Feeding birds like mad though it has stopped snowing for now. The 2 trees are silver birches and the garden is an interesting shape - a triangle - so the distant point is the end of the garden. LHS is a field RHS is bordered by a very quiet lane. The main road...