Sunday Picture Post: Lothingland Part 2

Continuing our walk from 12th May, having passed through Ashby St Mary we head to Lound Lakes.

12 May 2021
We’re headed to that pine-covered hill: 12 May 2021
And from that hill and through those trees we witness this swan seeing off that goose. Wow, the noise! And look at those wakes, they’re travelling at speed: 12 May 2021
Pines aren’t native to East Anglia: 12 May 2021
And here we stopped to eat our lunch: 12 May 2021
Leaving the lakes, fields of canola: 12 May 2021
12 May 2021
And buttercup-meadows: 12 May 2021
Pylons, my passion: 12 May 2021
And finally we enter Bluebell Wood: 12 May 2021
12 May 2021
A short walk from here is our bus home: 12 May 2021

That’s it. I do hope you enjoyed the walk. And where am I going next week? I don’t know yet. See Tuesday Treats for the flowers seen on the way.

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32 Responses to Sunday Picture Post: Lothingland Part 2

  1. Sadje says:

    Seems a great, refreshing walk.

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  2. Such lovely sights to take in. Thanks for sharing the pics, Crispina. 😃

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  3. Dale says:

    Oh, this whole series is beautiful! My kind of walk, to be sure! Lovely, lovely, lovely!

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  4. Nancy Stabile says:

    Beautiful photos, Crispina!

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  5. Tien Skye says:

    The first photo of Bluebell Woods looks absolutely magical. I’m half anticipating a rabbit to talk to me 🙂

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  6. Joy Pixley says:

    What a gorgeous walk – how lovely to go along vicariously! I loved the bluebells, especially in the shady woods, which are always my favorite part of a walk.

    It’s been a while since I’ve come up for air to see your posts and I’ve missed them. What a lovely one to come back to! I finally took a few days of vacation a couple weeks ago and went to visit someone who lives out in the country in upstate New York, and it was absolutely wonderful to be able to walk around there and feel back around nature again. He has 50 acres of unfinished land with trails and woods and fields, and a large pond with two (very loud) nesting geese and a beaver. It was so magical and peaceful to sit on his back patio and watch the deer come drink at the pond. ❤

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    • Aw, I envy you. Sounds idyllic. I’ve a friend who has acres in the Endless Mountains, he speaks of watching the deer and I think of growing wings and taking to the air!!!

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      • Joy Pixley says:

        I envy past-Me too, now that I’m back home and far from any wilderness. I have nice places to walk here, but they feel very manicured and crowded compared to his farm. He sends me photos from his walks sometimes though, so that’s nice. And I’ll get to see it again in a couple of months. ❤

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      • Glad you’re getting back on your feet. Wish you well with any *country* visits. So essential to our well-being 🙂

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  7. A lovely walk to a stunning finale.

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  8. Judy says:

    All truly lovely images. I especially like the field of canola image with the sunlit bright yellow green against the trees and darker green in the foreground.

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