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Taken yesterday evening from the house as the sun was going down. The weather had been a pain in the backside all day but at least waved goodbye to the day in…

Looking out over the village from nearby Yatton Hill Common. You can see why the ancients built their fortified villages in places with a view like this.

Playing around with in-camera double-exposure in the garden. Not sure if I like the result or if it reminds me too much of the feeling coming out of the pub...

Ok, so that's not its official name - it's a tree peony but that's a bit of a mouthful so treony it is and it has started gloriously blooming in the last few…

I live in an old house - that, I knew - English Heritage list it as being built in the second half of the 17th century. I had also assumed that the oak beams…

Sometimes you don't have to go far to see something really interesting. That was my case when I went for a quick afternoon trip to Zalipie, just 30 minutes ride…

Most of our camellias have finished flowering now. The pink ones have been gone now for a week or so, the red ones are just about finished but finally the white…

Wandered up to the castle before the sun burned off the haze and watched a resident red kite wheeling around above the church. What a glorious place to live.

Went for a stomp up to Croft Ambrey this morning. The paths were like streams after all the recent rain but still worth sloshing up there for the view down the…
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