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Marshwood Vale

At last a glorious day for a walk amongst the trees of the Marshwood Vale, early mist gave some spectacular views. A flock of sheep passed by, moving very easily with the help of a well trained though rather muddy dog.    An Angus bull posed for a picture as well .   

Floods and storms

I tried to get to Redhill to view the floods on West Sedgemoor but my way was blocked!! Have had tremendous days down at the coast and seen the sea in as wild a state as I have ever seen it.  It is hard to take pictures in strong winds and driving rain but I […]

Co-incidence

My Grandfather Ethelbert, was a stoker on the Royal Yacht ‘Alexandra’ before the first world war. On a cruise up the Western Isles he was sent ashore with the 2 young Princes – Albert – the Queen’s father and Edward – the uncrowned- and told to amuse them. They went to a pottery where they […]

Ploughing match

Wonderful autumn weather and the most glorious location in Hinton Park made for a very special day in the local farming calendar.  The Crewkerne Young Farmers hosted the event which had a special class for veterans which included founder members of the club. The clouds and the soft sunshine gave perfect light for photography.