Wednesday 27 April 2022


 A mix of odd pics taken on several walks in the recent week of warm weather.

An Airstream International trailer, seen in a Lincolnshire garden.

Misty day in the Lincolnshire Wolds.

An old friend in this valley.

Commemorative plaque on a seat in the next pic. 

Daffs & Willow, the sights of Spring.

Hibernating snails.

"Clinging on".

A strange "Stockade" seen on a Lincolnshire hillside.

Wednesday 20 April 2022

Ravendale & Hatcliff village.

 Ravendale is a valley in Lincolnshire and the picturesque village of Hatcliff lies within it.

The valley at Ravendale.

Trees are all along the upper reaches of the valley.

St. Mary's Church, Hatcliff.

Like many Lincolnshire villages, Hatcliff retains it's old red 'phonebox.

A stream runs through Hatcliff along the front of the gardens.

Olympus EM10 Mk2 + 12-40 Pro lens.

Sunday 17 April 2022

Some "Dog Walk" pictures.

 Taken recently during the lovely Spring weather.

Though it was warm & sunny the horses still had their coats on.

The Hawthorn leaves are opening.

Great to see blue skies again.

Silver Birch.

Daffodils are everywhere.

Blackthorn blossom.

Regular blog viewers will know about my obsession with posts/fences.

Olympus EM1 Mk2+ 12-40 Pro lens.

Sunday 10 April 2022

Between the showers.

 We had a drive into the Lincolnshire Wolds on a day of sunshine, sleety showers and strong wind.  Ideal for clouds and atmosphere but we had to dodge the showers.

Suzi did get a couple of walks, without either of us getting wet.

Our Lincolnshire "big skies"

Another of my favourite subjects, I'm fascinated with Ivy.

Blossom reflected in a private house lake.

A water fowl house & protected run.

Oilseed Rape just starting to flower and someone getting wet in the distance.

One of our favourite valleys.  I'm sure regular blog viewers know where.

Trees & Turbines, showers in the distance.

Oilseed Rape flowering.

Lizard or Dachshund?  Or have I got a strange imagination? 
I was tempted to put an "eye" on it, but resisted!

Wind turbines.

The Conoco Oil Tank Depot.

An odd thing to photograph I know, I just love colours!

Olympus EM10 Mk2 + 12-60 Lumix lens.