All these lovely places you have over there Bridget!...makes us want to pack up and move!....terrific composition and colours...your trees are amazing, so soft and delicate and so green!!.....fantastic capture! ...Alan
Thankyou both,no Viv i have'nt watched that,when was that on ?.Alan you don't move here we have had so much rain today it seems that we just can't have enough Lol.Even the dog won't go out in it,he hates it
Crazy world we are living in right now Bridget....here's our country in drought, we can't even water the garden and its coming down in buckets over there...lol.....would love to take a stroll down your way with all that wonderful greenery and then to Ireland to Viv's enchanted woods...lol!...keep these beautiful images coming, such a joy for us to see! ...Alan
Bridget the last one was on a Freeview channel about 2 days ago but there was one the week before also. They showed where the lines had run in Cornwall and Devon - among the many that were abandoned post Beeching. Quite sad. Viv
Fluffy - its heartening to hear someone warming to our bucolic countryside. We have had the wettest summer almost on record, which is why recent photos of Britain seem so verdant. Not more than 2 years ago, we were heading for empty reservoirs as drought too had caught up with us. The UN even reclassified GB as a "semi-arid region!" Ha The greenest places in Europe remain those in the 'gift' of the Gulfstream - SW Britain, Ireland, and unbelievably, the Spanish Pyrenees near Bilbao and Biarritz. You are most welcome to come visit anytime
All the above....shame you cant order the weather.....
~In His Love~ Maggi D For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth; to the Jew first, and also to the Greek. Romans 1:16