Saturday, 1 June 2013

Flaming June Begins!

Last night's sunset looked quite angry
 A bit later on, we wondered if rain was on the way.
Luckily not, so this morning saw more aqua legia popping up to celebrate the beginning of June. 
Even in untended (AKA wildlife) gardens, they can thrive.
Thisrobin was singing his heart out as I went past. 
 This clematis has reached the top of the tree!
Interesting shapes in the sky. 
After some more working on our back garden (all will be revealed in Su's next blog post), we went out with Bella to Primrose Woods. Approached from the top, with Beckford's tower on the skyline.
Looking west from the field above the woods. 
The woods were awash with cow parsley - a riot of white wherever you looked. 
Even under the trees, where it was lovely and cool. Believe it or not, it actually felt warm in the sunshine! 
How green can you get? 
Looking west down the main path frm the top of the woods across to the Mendips. 
This day a year ago, I spotted this car and wondered where the filling station was. 
Su's news story of the day (BBC website - click on the title for the full story);

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