I haven’t messed with this – it really was that steep.
The seed heads of sea holly, looking as good in November as they did in summer.
It’s harvest time, and the fields all around us are full of bales, if those giant rolls of hay are indeed still called bales. The weather has been very changeable over the past week though, and some crops have not yet been gathered in. This combine harvester has been parked up for a few days … More Waiting
We’ve had very mixed fortunes in the garden this year. Some things, like the courgettes and squash, have done really well, producing far more than we could reasonably eat. Meanwhile, the potatoes were a bit of a disaster, and we’ve had no late fruiting raspberries at all. Today was a beautiful sunny autumn afternoon, and … More weekly photo challenge: local (produce)
The prompt for this week’s photo challenge is narrow. The small towns and villages around here abound in tiny, narrow streets, so my first instinct was to find a pretty street scene. However, whilst out walking, I was struck by the rough concrete of this electricity pylon, and the tiny gap between the two slabs. … More weekly photo challenge: narrow