This was a flying visit to the small Somerset village of Catcott. In sits on the Polden ridge that cuts the Somerset Levels in two. The main road follows the top of the ridge, but running parallel is a quiet road that links a series of villages – Woolavington, Cossington, Chilton Polden, Edington, Catcott, Shapwick and Ashcott. This road is very popular with cyclists – indeed there are a few pubs along this route!
St Peters Church in the village has a display of daffodils. At the time I did not notice the one lying down – hard to believe that when I look back at the picture at home.
I particularly liked these daffodils. The early morning sun created a shadow on the wall – I think the shadow looks a bit like a cartoon face?
The morning sun picked out the texture on the stone work.
In the nearby nature reserve there is this sign. This is a place for a “Wild Life” rather than for wildlife. It suggests the villagers get up to some spirited evenings at home with their neighbours.