Friday, 1 June 2012


Despite the dull weather this morning, our walk up Shipley Hill was a joy.  Once more, the birds were singing their hearts out and although overcast, it was still warm a 'muggy'.  Up on the hill, around the site of the Old Hall, the Rhododendrons and Azaleas were doing their best to brighten up the day.  In fact, it could be described as a riot of colour.
The Yellow Azaleas were surrounded by the most heady fragrance.
In places, two or more bushes were growing together giving the impression of having several colours on the same plant.
If the sun had been shining, the colours would no doubt have been even more 'glowing', but who could complain about this...?
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