waifs and strays

Some bits and pieces which have been missed out over recent postings.

This is another picture of the infant Thames; meeting its first road bridge from the source.

These guys were in a garden in the Buscot estate; a  National Trust property, I visited recently.

This interesting Jacobean topiary hedge can be found at Chastleton House, near Stow on the Wold;
also National Trust owned.

This is the scene of the cheese rolling event one year on; as you can see 'elf and safety cancelled it.

This is a beautiful Red Wood.
It is , at least one hundred years old. I saw it on a walk in Miserden Park.

Finally, near the last  location is this beautiful lake, peaceful, yet teeming with life.

Happy days indeed.


N.P. "Roky"- the latest CD from Roky Erickson, whose life up to this point, has been 'rocky', including spells in mental hospitals. In an extraordinary  testament of faith, by trawling through his work, this emotional record was made. Not an easy listen, but like warts, it grows on you.


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