David Swatton's PhotoBlog

The small white or cabbage white as it is commonly known likes to find brassica plants to lay its eggs on which when they become caterpillars eat the said…

This is the view from Llansteffan Castle looking out towards the mouth of the River Tywi, taken on my trip down to Pembrokeshire last month. I just liked the…

Last Friday I met up with Helen (girafferacing) when she was passing through near where I live and we had a stomp up to Croft Ambrey, the Iron Age hill fort not…

...than setting off in an old bi-plane - Russian designed, built in Poland and registered in Hungary - with a top speed slightly greater than the farmyard…

I couldn't resist the light on the fields across the valley last night. Had to get the camera out again.

Well, PB seems to be back after another spell lost in the technical wilderness. Anyway, last weekend the local airfield held a small festival combining food and…

Just a few pinky pics from the garden. I know it's summer but the current hot weather is freaking me out. Just not used to cloudless skies (boring) and hot sun …

Yesterday a viewer of my blog, Joe Zink, commented on a image pointing out the sky and I replied that I had planned to post a few more images of that sky today.…

This is St. Bridget's church in Skenfrith, just over the border in Wales. The oldest parts date from around 1200 in the reign of King John (he of Robin Hood…

When we moved out into the middle of deepest darkest Herefordshire I had never had a garden, having lived in apartments in London since I moved there when I was…

A few random purple pics from the garden. Allegedly there is just one word in the English language that rhymes with purple and that is curple (which spell…

A couple of the engines running on the Severn Valley Railway the day I visited Bridgnorth. I can't say I am interested in actually travelling on steam trains as…

About 45 minutes drive from home is the small market town of Bridgnorth built onto the steep bank of the River Severn. Unfortunately the castle that once stood…

Threatening skies over the Malvern Hills. Taken from Bringsty Common (where there happens to be an excellent pub) looking towards the Malvern Hills in the…
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