David Swatton's PhotoBlog

On our walk yesterday we spotted two kites sitting on the ends of branches of a tree just watching the world go by. Too far away for a very good pic I'm afraid.

A composition to mark the day. The image of the soldiers is a well-known one from World War 1 which I edited in with two of my own images, one of Tyne Cot…

Before the weather closed in and the rain came. The hill in the distance goes by the charming name of Titterstone Clee :-)

There must have been a lot of particles in the air last night as the moon was distinctly yellow in colour.

we walked some more of the Offa's Dyke Path today and this section was particularly well preserved. The earthworks are still very evident considering it was…

Walking Hergest Ridge on the English/Welsh border. This place inspired Mike Oldfield's album of the same name, his 1974 follow-up to Tubular Bells.

Built by the 8th century king of Mercia, Offa, the 80 mile long earthwork runs roughly north/south along the boundary between England and Wales. The small town…
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