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    Lovely picture of a rainbow, your capture of colours is always amazing, I'm going to have to go take some pictures myself when I get a sunny day that I'm not working.
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    A Trip to see the Bluebells

    Walking under the multi coloured canopy.

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    Trying to to avoid the more hazardous routes/roots.

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    To see the Bluebells

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    The Jane Austen connection

    This Medieval house was once the home of Thomas Austen (an apothecary) Jane Austen’s great uncle.

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    Woodland Lakes

    Once used for farming fish in the days when meat was not allowed to be eaten on Fridays.
    Now slowly disappearing as they fill up with leaves and aquatic plants.

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    Rainbow! So cool.... is that you in the basket?

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  7. #97
    Quote Originally Posted by TuesdayEve View Post
    Rainbow! So cool.... is that you in the basket?
    This appeared above our garden as l was washing up, not that unusual here but this one was fairly low.
    l admit to being a basket case but you wouldn’t get me up in one of those!

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    Kent, still remarkably green and pleasant.

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    I want this house, its got room for a pony or two.

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    Ok, not everyone living in the woods is normal!
    Perhaps they think he will keep people on the footpath, errr wrong, had to leave it to take his picture.

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    Picture postcard beautiful. I’d like to live there too.
    Do those ponies belong to that household?
    Scary tiger from afar.... or at least a double take.

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  10. #100
    Quote Originally Posted by TuesdayEve View Post
    Picture postcard beautiful. I’d like to live there too.
    Do those ponies belong to that household?
    Scary tiger from afar.... or at least a double take.
    I’m sure the ponies belong to that house as there’s a large open paddock all the way to the back of it. Wish l could get a good picture of it but the trees are too dense. Poor ponies were hiding under the trees trying to escape the flies.

    That tiger (now sadly disintegrating) was really impressive when it was new, it’s life size! Must have given a lot of walkers a surprise ‘double take’ moment.

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