Sunday, 27 May 2012

Under Blue Skies

The last couple of days here have been glorious; pleasantly warm, a fresh breeze and cloudless, blue skies. Time for a gentle pedal through the countryside, stopping occasionally for refreshments and frequently to take photographs.
















Take care.

11 comments:

  1. Ah! ain't Spring grand ... Beautiful captures John and I'm sure a great time to be out and about cycling along country lanes.

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  2. Great images of what you have seen on your trips into the countryside... just what it's all about in my book. Keep the images coming please !

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  3. exactly what it's like here in the Shropshire Hills too. It's a bit too hot for me to go out in the midday sun, but I can manage to enjoy the cooler mornings and evenings.

    Enjoy the ride.

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  4. We both had the same odea today John only your photos are so much better than mine.

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  5. The second photo with the black backdrop is spot on.

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  6. Aren't the hawthorn's wonderful this year? Hope you didn't get too hot during your ride, it's beautiful here too but I tend to do my outside activities in the morning and evening when it's as hot as this.

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  7. Delightful captures John, which brought back many happy memories of my oft-referred to precious 6-week revisit to England in May-June of 2009. Thanks for the happy stirrings!

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  8. Many pretty flowers today. Although, when I see dandelions going to seed, my temperature rises.

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  9. I can often identify the flowers in your lovely photos, but wish blogger had't removed the click and zoom in feature, as sometimes I'd like a closer look.

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  10. Hi there - splendid set of pictures - I really like the post box / hawthorn shot. Used to see flowers like this all the time - but things are a bit different here!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Australia

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