Just love this one, too; so clean, fresh and green, with no mud around the brook. The look is so perfect, it's almost as if the landscape had been just manufactured to order. Worcestershire is so soft in its' landscape.
Interesting comment Bob as this view came as a surprise to us after having a cup of tea and admiring the view to the Malverns from the Churchyard of St. Mary at Stone.
We approached along the steeply wooded southern side of Fenny Rough; looking through the trees to the brook that ran in a deep and dark narrow gorge. At the end of the trees came the view towards Harvington, and I remember that we stopped at the footbridge for some time admiring it, and thinking that it somewhat strangely out of place.
Incidentally, this was in late January 2005, but the light at times on that day was very good.
Best Wishes Peter
This truly looks like a beautiful area - I must head down there on the bike. I love this photo so much it's now in my favourites...
I remembered your comment about the lack of mud around the brook and so I enlarged the picture. It is strange how you suddenly remember something about the picture.
Now I remember that, standing on the footbridge, we noticed the lovely display of Brooklime (Veronica beccabunga) running along the length of the brook; the best that we had come across.
If you have any liking for wild flowers I recommend a visit to the gallery of Swissmay she has some lovely shots of many English plants.
Beautiful green scenery. Very nice photo.
Thank you Bogdan.
Coming across this green scenery was a surprise, and a great pleasyre!
Regards from England, Peter
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