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THE EDGE OF THE HEDGE

 

 

 

Taken on my evening walk, something that has had to be abandoned until next spring..

THE EDGE OF THE HEDGE

 

 

 

Taken on my evening walk, something that has had to be abandoned until next spring..

comments (13)

I like the lacy white things...
Chris: There is a lot to be said for white lacy things Larry
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 25 Oct 2015, 01:13
No...no...don't suspend it, Chris...an extra set of woolen underwear should keep you going...
Chris: It's the light Ray, dark evenings..
it looks like the woolly flowers will keep it warm until the spring Chris....petersmile
Chris: I hope so Peter
  • Lisl
  • Batheaston, Bath
  • 25 Oct 2015, 05:52
You will so miss it, Chris
Chris: I do Lisl..
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 25 Oct 2015, 07:14
Never mind the hedge; let's see the sheep smile No need to abandon your evening walk; you retirees can go at any time so go earlier as dusk falls. In any case, you have the lovely Christmas market to look forward to; already the Sheds of Sh*te are being erected in the Close at Winchester Cathedral, together with the ice rink.
Chris: Have no fear, Bath too will shortly play host to a forest of garden sheds selling overpriced items that no one really wants..
  • Richard Trim
  • Suffolk: where the sun rises first in England
  • 25 Oct 2015, 07:59
Looks like that hedgerow shrub 'old man's beard'.

Evening walk abandoned ... If you put lights on your zimmer frame then you'd be fine.
Chris: That is an UNHELPFUL comment!
You could still go and then practice your night photography skills. I get very little time for anything lately
Chris: GET UP EARLIER!
I recognize clematis but here they do not grow wild. Great find. I can't wait for the light of spring, Chris. All this darkness is depressing.
Chris: It is indeed Mary, yesterday we turned our clocks back by one hour; we now have darkness at night much sooner
Lovely tangly stuff in the foreground, if only it would stay light until about 7pm., the it wouldn't be quite so bad through the winter months.
Chris: I agree Brian
one of he prettier hedges that i have seen, Chris
Chris: Thank you kindly Ayush
Love these. They go well with the sheep Chris
Chris: Yes they certainly do Janet: thank you
Abandon the walk? You just have to start out earlier smile
Chris: What I've done is change the whole thing to walking into Bath & back in the morning Tom
Oh my goodness! I took a photo of one of these just today! Small world!!
Chris: Life can sometimes be strange Elizabeth...as if I need to tell you that!

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