The Knockin dish is tuned to receive the omnibus edition of The Archers dear Nick, and the Shropshire farmers live and die by the agricultural advice that Linda Snell dishes out. I wonder if you can guess what the general store is called in the village BTW? ;-)
Thank you dear Joli. These fields are very near where we live in the UK, and it is always interesting to find out what is being grown each year. I think this filed might be for potatoes.
When we arrived back to Jæren on the Norwegian National Day it was 5C, with strong winds and pouring with rain, ♥Fairy♥. We wondered what had hit us. There has been a huge turnaround this week, so I shall be out and about to appreciate it while it lasts. The weather pattern here is so unstable.
Yes I have seen Per's photo but have yet to comment on it. He is on holiday somewhere this week, and missing the Rogaland sunshine. ;-)
Many thanks for your good wishes and the link dear Art. We were travelling on the National Day, and the weather was appalling! But here you can see a better year. Summer has arrived for a few days at least, so i shall be out and about enjoying it.
Warm wishes, Amelia
Amelia, Sorry that the weather didn't cooperate on Syttende Mai. I wore a tie to work that had Norwegian flags on it as a quiet celebration of my roots. Best regards. -Art
Beautiful composition and colors, L+FAV! Best wishes from Germany, Volkert
Wonderful sky, these clouds look like foam :)
hola Amelia buena imagen buen encuadre me gusta saludos Pedro
Your furrowed brow is much more pleasant on the eye with its warm colours, Amelia. Its a great shot, too.
This looks like the wrinkles on Scally's forehead, Amelia! Cheers, Joe
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