Spring Flowers

Spring has sprung across Somerset. Flowers are blooming along roadside verges, gardens, parks and nature reserves.

Daffodil Verge - Westfield, Somerset, UK. ID 810_1521

Daffodil Verge – Westfield, Somerset, UK. ID 810_1521

Bratton Seymour

As we approach the spring equinox I am reminded of the church at Bratton Seymour.  On a Bratton Hill overlooking the vales of Somerset it is perfectly positioned to meet the sunrise.

St Nicholas Church in Spring - Bratton Seymour, Somerset, England. ID 805_8378

St Nicholas Church in Spring – Bratton Seymour, Somerset, England. ID 805_8378

I am a fool and missed the display of snowdrops at Bratton Seymour this year.  I did not want to miss the rest of spring blooming.

Churchyard Flowers - Bratton Seymour, Somerset, UK. ID 810_1419

Churchyard Flowers – Bratton Seymour, Somerset, UK. ID 810_1419

Churchyard Flowers - Bratton Seymour, Somerset, UK. ID 810_1467

Churchyard Flowers – Bratton Seymour, Somerset, UK. ID 810_1467

Churchyard Flowers - Bratton Seymour, Somerset, UK. ID 810_1404

Churchyard Flowers – Bratton Seymour, Somerset, UK. ID 810_1404

2 Responses

  1. Oh my, just look at this! I used to live in the cottage at the bottom of the Bratton Seymour church path when the Hall School was there.

    • Jeff Bevan says:

      Thanks for your comment. The church and its location are really beautiful. I frequently drive passed the village on the main road and occasionally take to detour to visit the church. I did not know about the Hall School. It was interesting doing some research on the internet and finding it has a facebook page!

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