Viewing posts from January, 2021
Jon's photos from Petworth Park.
Nice dear photos from the Park.
Yellow Meadow-ant hills, homes for the ants feeding on a honey dew from their winter guests, the larvae of the Chalkhill Blue butterfly. If the winter is really bad, they'll eventually eat the larvae as well!
South Pond, the Egyptian geese are breeding!! Let's hope
no-one goes feeding them bread as it can deform them for life.
Barbara and Janet’s walk took them through the ancient sunken lanes of Rogate, Fyning and Terwick. a lovely crisp day, about 4 miles.
I have my best coat on today
Sorry no carrots.
Plenty of snowdrops
St Peter's Church news bulletin
St Peter's in the sunshine.
Time for a coffee.
One of the two sunken lanes
The wonderful South Downs, 68 miles long, 60 million years old.
Even the black sheep enjoy a good turnip
Very patient robin, waiting for the next photo
So spring is coming, there is light at the end of the tunnel.
To quote Amanda Gorman:-
"For there is always light, if only we’re brave enough to see it. If only we’re brave enough to be it."
Footpath or river near Heyshott?