Made of the Hills I live on. Also: Plants, Wildlife, Henry Moore, BBC Radio4, White Chocolate, Pu Erh Tea, Tai Chi, Kum Nye, 5Rhythms® & watching Home & Away.
This box was intended to encourage house sparrows, but bumblebees are most welcome.
Exactly a hundred years ago Mr JRR Tolkien sat in this spot and painted a watercolour of this view.
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Have forgotten what this alien growth is called but we get one or two most years.
Still a few camellias flowering now. The only month we have never had a camellia bloom is August.
Lots of bee faces peering out of one of our bee tube boxes - waiting for the sun?
Walking back from dormouse surveying in West Malvern saw fine specimin of Toothwort in flower.
I should never have posted that pic of daffodils yesterday. Spring in Malvern today.
Wild daffodils out on the slopes of the Lickey Hills. 2-3 weeks later than usual. (Watever that now is.)
I have long needed at least one of these.
Snow still lying in coldest part of North Worcestershire.
Horizon is like pastel Jamaican flag. The green is there but don't think phone can see it.
Hello Bredon Hill, haven't seen u for a few days.
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An unfamiliar view of Sugarloaf, Malvern
Exciting sight from Malverns. Longdon Marsh doing what it does best again.
Severn still grey, swollen & sprawling sen from Malverns.
On top of Badgerworld
The Fading Time. Malvern Hills.
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