The header photo was taken among the ruins of Wenlock Priory, looking towards the trees and roof tops of the Prior’s Lodgings, now a private house, locally known as The Abbey.
This next shot is my well-trodden path to the allotment, along the southerly edge of Townsend Meadow. That’s an ash tree on the skyline – doing a good Ent impression as our Shropshire ash trees tend to do.
And a nearer view of the ash tree – a sundowner shot complete with rooks flying home to their roost in the Sytche wood.
And finally a rather strange and blurry photo of the Linden Walk, taken when all the pale and papery sepals had fallen off the lime tree flowers in late summer. I think if you squint, you might just spot someone at the top of the path.
15 thoughts on “Wenlock Views Near And Far”
Hi Tish, these are wonderful photos for this week. Thanks ever so much for playing along 😀
Happy weekend, Cee.
Fabulous images! That ash tree image is so good. I can almost hear the crows calling 😊. And that lime tree row is a wonder ❤️
Thanks for your appreciative comment, Luffy
Aaah, Wenlock priory…..
I like your path shot a lot and that last one is full of interesting and mesmerizing shapes. Yes, I see the person. 🙂
Yes, all those leaf shapes – a bit like a kaleidoscope. I think my camera was on some setting of its own devising when I took the photo.
Lovely! Happy Easter to you and the Mister, Tish 🤗💟
And bestest spring greetings to you and Mick 🙂
Well that’s different, ie. the Linden Walk. Very moody, Tish.
I see the tiny person! 🙂
Well spotted 🙂