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I must admit that I fell for those tracks leading into the distance - not to mention that dry stone wall (that is the correct expression?). I cannot see such thing without thinking of you.PS If you drop by tomorrow, I'll have an unusual use of a Quarry for you...
Trees and skies go together like bread and butter.I Like your Sky Watch.Great photos.and writeup.Come visit...Troy and MarthaTo see Big Sky & Buffalo Country, Click here.Troy and MarthaBack in the blog groove again...Trying to catch up with everyone.
Wow Tom!I don't know which I like more.Love the tree in the first and the colors in the first one.The moon and the contrail in another. The stone - all lovely scenes for me to dream about. :)
Such abundance of loveliness .. say hello to Jane for me!
Your capture of the tree in the first picture positively glows.Lovely post thanks for sharing.
Oh these are fabulous!!!!I especially love the first one of the tree. Soooo good.
RuneE is right about dry stone walls and thinking of your blog. How do you always manage to arrange those blue skies each week. The best of England always.
Thank you for letting me visit your part of the world. Beautiful shots.
blue skies and green grass--it doesn't get any better than that!Beautiful trees too. Always nicely done.p.s. Loved the up close & personal 'portraits' of the mallards.Happy weekend!
I too love that track, bet your trusty rusty box on wheels have been up them.lol.
It's lovely to have so much green in your photo. I think if I stay there, I will have plenty of fresh air. Always love the countryside photos in your blog. Have a nice weekend, Tom.
My or my these captures are absolutely wonderful. I love the first one best but you have a beautiful job on all of them. Have a wonderful weekend.Blessings and smiles
Tom, in that beautifully green second shot, are they hedges in winter, are they stone walls, is it an easement or a raaceway, an old Roman road or just an optical illusion? Wharever it is it is such a lovely greensward, aha,that maybe its a ride...it is intrigueing wandering over the countryside like that.
I wished I could walk there !
Interesting to watch the sky through the large tree! Awesome sky images :)
Love the photos. Especially the 2nd one from the top. It seems like a very interesting adventure. haha...Have a wonderful weekend.AlexanderAlex's World! - http://www.kakinan.com/alex
These are beautiful photos.S
Tom: Neat photos of the English countryside with great skies.
Beautiful series from the countryside.Number 2 is great.I like it a lot! :)
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