Queens Sedge Moor
The weather forecast has been a bit hit and miss over the Christmas period. But mist was forecast for today so I had to find a few minutes to visit Queen’s Sedge Moor between Wells and Glastonbury. It was a bit of a hurry and I ran from location to location. It was worth the effort as it the mist was beautiful.
Long Drove – the gateway to the moor – is called the longest road in the world by my family. Its straight and flat across the moor. But it is far from smooth. A continuous series of cracks and ridges sometimes makes this road feel more like a railway track than a road (it has got better recently when some of it was re-surfaced).
The mist lingered only a few feet above the moor.
Welcome to Glastonbury the ancient Isle of Avalon.
Some teasel, a wonderful looking plant covered with spikes and cobwebs.