Thursday 5 October 2017

Blue Sky

 I took our dog for a walk along the track out of the village one Friday Morning. I stopped to get a photos of this field because I think in the future it will have housing built on it. I suspect around 500+ houses will be built which will loose this view a big loss IMO

 The Blue Sky looked wonderful in the morning


  1. Sorry to hear about the pending development. That's really a gorgeous, open view you have currently, and a shame to see it turned into a housing tract.

  2. Same everywhere, I'm afraid. By sheer coincidence, here's my latest post: .

    Thanks for the photo!

    Rusty Ring: Reflections of an Old-Timey Hermit

  3. Oh that's a shame, it's good to have more greenery.

  4. I wouldn't want to lose that view either. What a shame.

  5. Same over here - farmers always being bombarded with offers for their land, very sad!
    In our older, but close to everything neighborhood, where there's no remaining land, the young and wealthy (yes these days it seems many of the young are already wealthy with their high starting salaries!), are buying our small houses, razing them, and building big fancy homes at the million dollar plus price point!

    Lovely photos - my much-missed England!
    Mary -

  6. That is a beautiful view. Really too bad that 500 houses are going to be built there.

  7. Hi Bill, I sure prefer the field over development. On the other hand, I can see why folks would want to live in that area around you. The more I see of the UK the more I like it!

  8. Dear Bill
    I'm sincerely grateful for all the Beauty you always share !

    Sending hugs and ever much love to you

    XOXO Daniela


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