|We walked through these fields at Christmas time when they were green grass.|
|Flooded footpath up to Green Hill|
|Seat in the War Memorial Park|
|View across the park with the river on the right behind the railings|
|There isn't usually a river beneath this tree which would ordinarily be standing on dry ground|
|Crocuses in the park- a welcome sight after all the water|
On our way back to the car I took these pics of a couple of houses that I like, one is timber-framed and the other constructed from Bath Stone. I particularly like the carvings on the stone house...
|Detail on the door frame|
|Detail around the window|
|Old timber framed property|
The birds have been active on the feeders today, between showers. Mr Sparrow has perfected the art of sitting on the feeder arm and obliged with a close-up to show off his handsome bib and eye-markings (let that be a lesson to any would-be young male sparrows who are thinking about challenging him this Spring....).
I'm going to leave you with a picture of a bird I haven't seen for ages who was back in the garden this morning. Now, I know he/ she is either a Marsh Tit, or a Willow Tit, but can I tell the difference? Noooooo. So I am really hoping that one of you avid and intelligent bird people out there can tell me which one he/ she is. Either way, I am glad to see him/ her back. Lovely little bird.
Have a good evening all,