Sunday Picture Post: Weston to Ringland

We take the bus to Morton-on-the-Hill  and walk via Weston Longville to the local beauty spot of Ringland Hills. Put on your hikers and join us (it’s not a long walk)

Arable land glowing gold in the sun: 29th July 2021

But this field isn’t yet ripe: 29th July 2021

The narrowing road echoes the pylon: 29th July 2021

The glaring brightness cast deep shadows. I hope it doesn’t spoil your enjoyment

Parson Woodforde, remembered in this pub name, was a diarist famous for his description of C18th life in this area: 29th July 2021

Church at Weston Longville where Parson Woodforde had the living: 29th July 2021

29th July 2021

Pig-loos, the latest in outdoor piggeries: 29th July 2021

Piggery Old Style: 29th July 2021

Shaded lane on way to Ringland: 29th July 2021

The sand & gravel of Ringland Hills (a terminal moraine) supports a heathland: 29th July 2021

In a clearing of the trees that top the Hills…: 29th July 2021

The trees that clothe this part of the Hills: 29th July 2021

River Wensum runs through the village in the valley: 29th July 2021

Looking back… to The Ringland Swan P.H.: 29th July 2021

Always difficult to select just the right photos to ensure you enjoy the walks as much as I do. Hope I’ve shown you the right ones.

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13 Responses to Sunday Picture Post: Weston to Ringland

  1. Sadje says:

    Beautiful colors!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Trent Lewin says:

    Pig loos? really??

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Nope, Not Pam says:

    Love the photos but I’m confused about the pig loos as well. 😕


  4. Dale says:

    I love your walks and you always pick lovely images. Those pigaloos (I added the a 😉 ) are great!

    Liked by 1 person

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