Tagged: Bluebells

GB Gruffy

I’m still catching up with May posts after a long break with a broken computer and trips away from home. GB Gruffy is a Somerset Wildlife Trust reserve with a very strange name. Gruffy, comes from...

Under the bracken - Lynchcombe, Somerset, UK. ID IMG_9307

Lynchcombe Update

I’m still catching up with posts after a long break with a broken computer and trips away from home. Lynchcombe Nature Reserve I was back up the Mendip Hills to check on the Lynchcombe...

Woodland Bridge - Biddle Combe, Somerset, UK. ID IMG_0887

Biddle Combe

After many weeks with no computer after pouring grapefruit juice all over it I have finally been able to create another post. Biddle Combe Biddle is a narrow tangled Combe that starts in the...

Duncliffe Wood - Dorset, UK. ID IMG_9167

Duncliffe Wood

A bank holiday trip over the border of Somerset to Duncliffe Wood in North Dorset. Spring Morning Early spring morning in an ancient magical bluebell wood. You know that you got up early when...

Spring in the Park

The Somerset city is famous its cathedral, Bishop’s Palace and Vicars Close – but if you want to briefly escape the city the Palace Fields are a great place for a work. Palace Fields...

Kingsdon

All Saints Church This is a picture of the 800 year old church in Kingsdon that I took during a beautiful winter afternoon.  Today I was drawn back to this small village in South...

Bluebells in the Donkey Field - Uphill, North Somerset, UK. ID IMG_6243

Donkey Field

Donkey Field The village of Uphill is separated from its large neighbour, Weston-super-Mare, by a small green belt consisting of a Donkey Field and a tree plantation. The Donkey Field (aka Bluebell Field) is...

Wood Anemones - Park Wood, Nr Wells, Somerset, UK. ID 825_8588

Spring!

I have been away for a couple of weeks walking in the national parks of Utah.  When I left the UK was still suffering from a long hard winter.  On my return the sun...

Velvet Bottom - Mendip Hills, Somerset, UK. ID 824_4119

Velvet Bottom

Velvet Bottom In Roman times Velvet Bottom was mined for lead. The remains of settling beds can still be seen along with heaps of black slag created during smelting.  For a long time this...

Bluebell Meadow - West Horrington, Somerset, UK. ID 822_0005

Spring Meadow

Today was the day I realised that spring was turning into summer. I started in beautiful Biddle Combe near Wells but was I was forced to leave the overgrown shade of the wood and explore the fields around...