Another Bank Holiday befalls us Brits, so what better way to use up some of the 'Yay-I'm-not-at-work!' time than to have a quick wander around the countryside?
At first glance, it may seem like this is a re-post/copy of this Bank Holiday post from 2017, but I can assure you that all these photos are new, and came from this morning's walk along Smallhopes Hill to Northrepps and home again. (I'd intended to take new photos of 2017's BH subject matter, but either couldn't find all the plants, or forgot/couldn't be bothered/replaced them with deer...)
|Primroses on Smallhopes Hill|
|Doe! A deer!|
|Here she is in close-up|
|And here's another one from a little further on in Northrepps|
|Northrepps and Southrepps churches taken from near Brittaline deTarfth's house|
|Knight of the unliving head|
|Greater stitchwort (Rabelera holostea, previously Stellaria holostea , thank you Jon, the Official Plant-Spotter of Hexenhäusli Device and its Extensive Witchdom)|
|This is a terrible photograph, but I'm using it because it includes the escaped Lamium and Green Alkanet (Pentaglossis sempervivens) from 2017's post|
Let's have some music to finish off with, shall we? I chose this little ditty - "Dangerous Cow" from the Smack the Pony girls - because I found it here while searching for previous Bank Holiday posts. And they're wearing blue. Enjoy!