here's wishing you all a good Sunday.
Yesterday I talked to the lady who owns the beautiful horses that I like to photograph. She says they live outside on their meadows from March till November, and really flourish there. They get checked on daily, have shelter under the trees, and live a half-wild life there, which they all seem to love. It really is a paradise for horses.
I don't know what the crows were picking at, but they were very irritated when I came nearer, and flew off screeching.
I see the farmer in his green tractor nearly every day, it's a busy time cutting and bailing the hay.
The wild flowers are always a joy to see, they have so much energy.
I have no idea what these little red insects are, but the white flowers were covered with them.
This ladybird was also busy....
As was the bee:
The swan seems to have taken up residence on the shore by the castle ruins:
I need to be out and about early just now to find the lanes so peaceful, as busloads of tourists are coming for day-trips just now.
Saint Swidbert, the patron and founder of our town is represented with many little statues, here shown on 2 houses in the Church Close.
Here's wishing you all a peaceful and happy Sunday, take care,
and thanks a lot for visiting!