24 May 2009

Along the Wayside ...







10 comments:

Alexandra said...

Sue, many thanks for your comments on my new blog. I'm enjoying the journey already! So envious of those of you who can attend the Vintage & Handmade Fair. I'll just need to try and find something similar closer to home!

Tamsyn said...

Lovely pics, I can just smell the wild garlic from here. Just thinking how I can escape to Chipping Sodbury next sat, Would love to go to the vintage and handmade fair. :)

Gingham and Flowers said...

Oh gorgeous photos Sue. That second one is particularly stunning. And I love the view of the rape seed. Just beautiful. May time at it's best.

Professor Yaffle said...

Lovely pics, thanks for sharing.
I bet the rape seed field looks almost radioactive when the sun shines brightly upon it. Almost an unnatural colour, I have thought at times.

Nostalgia at the Stone House said...

Hi Sue,
Love your photos - as a child I was always fascinated by wild flowers and would base my 'topics' on them! In my opinion, a posy of cow parsley and buttercups is just as beautiful as any florist shop's bouquet!

Niki x

Shammickite said...

This time last year I was packing my suitcase to spend 3 weeks in England! Your pictures remind me of how lovely it was. Sadly I don't think I'll be seeing England again for a while.... so thank you for posting Along the Wayside!!!! Lovely. I'm homesick!!

Hens Teeth said...

It does'nt get any better than this....see you soon!

thevintagemagpie said...

Hi Sue, just checking in to say hi before Saturday... love your pictures...beautiful. See you in a few days! x

A Bun Can Dance said...

Dear Sue
Good luck for the V& H on Saturday! I can't come along sadly, as we've a family celebration that day. But I'll be sending lots of happy vibes to all the lovely bloggers - I'm sure you'll have a great day and I hope it is all you dream!
Denise x

the homely year said...

Don't the hedgerows look so lovely this time of year...it's definitely my favourite time and you've captured it brilliantly.
Margaret (and Noreen)