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Twin hay sheds

It wouldn't be a visit to the country without me trying to add to my hay series and other favourites. I've got a shearing shed and an abandonded house coming up next but didn't find a new Royal Hotel.


  1. I'm watching Sense and Sensibility as I blog and I think this is the perfect "bucolic" scene. I'm sure you were sitting in the shade of a large tree, thinking deep thoughts about poetry, and making sure your long dress wasn't exposing your womanly ankles.

  2. Bucolic ... yes that's a good word for this scene.

  3. I have just gone through the last few weeks of photographs on this site and they are fantastic. Really nice.

  4. What is that mound in the foreground? I know what I think it is, but we can't just bury people at a place of our own choosing. Can we?

  5. Sean, thanks.

    Julie, dunno what the mound is, not a grave. Actually you can bury people on private land but you have to get the approval of the council and there are a lot of rules and restrictions ... in the old days farms had their own burial plots.

  6. Really? Still? Okay, I just thought that would have been ruled out by now.

  7. I missed winding up in a cool and breeze space like this with tall trees around and delightful Hay Sheds on the field. Reminding me of how beautiful it is to find a peace of mind and serendipity in the middle of a green-living farm.


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