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Apologies... haven't been on PB for ages. I don't really know why. Mostly I guess due to being in lockdown and hardly going out. The few pictures I have taken…

A chap in the village is a keen metal detectorist (not sure that's a word) and over the last 10 years or so has unearthed lots of finds around the local area.…

Last night we got the chance to go to this year's Wassail led by Leominster Morris dancers at an orchard outside a village a few miles away.

Looking out across the valley from below the castle walls. Three weeks since the heavy rains but still a bit squelchy! Looking fine yesterday in the winter…

In the woods near the village... sods law that a day I didn't have a camera with me we found some interesting stuff so the pics were taken with a borrowed phone…

This year's green hop blessing for the first brew of the season at Swan Brewery was conducted today. Goldings was the variety chosen for the first brew. Thanks…

I was surprised to see a fairly wide variety of fungi up in the woods the other day after quite a lengthy warm, dry spell. Not sure what the first one is but…

John Constable is one of my favourite landscape painters and I always wonder what he could have done with some of the glorious skies I see out of my window so…

Not the Duke of Wellington or Bernard Montgomery but a 72-year old Field Marshall tractor trundling around the village yesterday. Very different from the modern…

Are there two more difficult words to rhyme in the English language...? Taken from the house a few weeks ago.

Looking at it now one would never suspect such a peaceful place had such a brutally turbulent history.

Hereford, our county town, is 30 minutes drive away and as I was there yesterday I went for a wander round the cathedral. Here's a quick summary of its history:…
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