Can you believe this?

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Not so much as a measly taste… R and I were wandering back to the car along Waterside in Stratford this afternoon, when we spotted this family of 3+dog sitting on the edge of the quay. At least, the humans … Continued

Malvolio

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I mentioned the Stratford Chain Ferry the other day, but blipped Chesterton Windmill instead. Today I was in Stratford for errands and coffee with a husband who appeared to have gained two inches in height and lost about five years … Continued

The Pre-Raphaelite Church

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I was sitting at my desk yesterday, watching a sharp shower blow through the village and wondering what to do with myself, and I picked up Simon Jenkins’ book England’s Thousand Best Churches (which was still to hand from my … Continued

Jake

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“Jake! Hey, Jake! Puss, puss, puss! Jake! Jakey! Cat! Hey, Jake! Jaaaake! Frrrrrrt! Jake! Jake, considering the amount of time you spend toileting in my garden, I’d say the least you could do in return is pose for a photo… … Continued

Playknight of the Year, 1605

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Really – what were they thinking? I finally got myself together this morning and drove up to Solihull to return the broken kettle to John Lewis. I thought for a moment that there might be going be a Nasty Incident, … Continued

Wash and brush up

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I’m never entirely sure when I see them do this whether they’re washing their front legs or using them to scrape their tongues clean of something. Either way it’s impressive. If I had a tongue as long and sticky as … Continued

Mono Monday: Link

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I photographed some far more obvious links today: a couple of bridges, and the Chain Ferry which links Waterside in Stratford with the Recreation Ground. But I just like this photo of Chesterton Windmill more, so I’ll have to come … Continued

Forest bug

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It was much cooler today, and rather overcast, and I assumed that all the bugs which have been laying low through the mini-heatwave would come rushing out to fuel up – but I was wrong. My photo walk this afternoon … Continued

Green-veined White

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When I walked Arthur early this morning we passed a sunny bramble hedge which was covered with butterflies, including a Comma; but by the time I’d dropped him home and picked up the camera the heat had increased and most … Continued

Yarrow

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Today began with a bit of a bump: I was slonking around on Facebook, drinking my third mug of tea of the morning, when my PC and phone simultaneously bonged a 15-minute warning. I was so zoned out that it … Continued

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