Caught an Ent on the move.
Nature will have its way.
This fence has seen better days.
The snow has gone now, but nice while it lasted.
I spy with my little eye.
No snow falling for the last two days: I remember an old saying among hill farming shepherds from when I was knee high to a grasshopper “if the snow hangs around for more than a couple of days, there will be more” so it’s probably going to stay cold for a while yet.
Been a day of snow, although not much (yet) it has made a change from all the rain.
Remembering summer on a cold and wet day.
There was a church recorded on the site at the time of the Domesday survey in 1086, but was probably in a very neglected state.
This Norman church has almost certainly been here since the beginning of the 12th century: the church taking its present structural form around 1170-1200. Then between 1878 and 1880, extensive restoration was carried out.
The parish register includes baptism registers 1556-1980; marriage registers 1556-1993; burial registers 1556-1955.
Where have all the people gone?
Another lockdown – beginning to feel like Groundhog day.
A morning walk along the canal.