Well I enjoyed yesterday so much I thought I would put a few more up and some as Sue calls it "Scenes".
Eileen says that I was wearing a coat that was not acceptable to wildlife, I never thought of that but I think it paid off. We could not understand why they were following us. I think it was the RED coat as (red rag to a bull) springs to mind. The Rangers were nowhere in site, no one was giving them food so it must have been the coat.
What a wonderful place this is Mushrooms, Heathland, lots of broken trees, Horses and of course the Longhorns.
What a lovely spectacle, makes a change from chewing the grass. "Get away with that red coat on".
Well where is Trev?, can you see him behind the gate, come on Trev they won't bite.
This is what greeted us as we arrived to find the cattle. It was a lovely bright sunny day be it a bit muddy. Where are my boots I here you say? well at home with my GREEN coat, I am a silly chump.
The woodland is spectacular in it's own right, with lots of broken trees .
This poor tree is being eaten alive.
Same tree but a bit closer rotting away.
Gate to the cattle, the sun was low in the sky even before we met the Longhorns,
Sun through the trees.
On our way back to the car, so many pictures in the camera it was bulging at the seams.
This tree, I could not believe, it had blown over and started to grow vertical again, isn't nature wonderful?
The sun setting behind the trees so it's time to finish.
Thanks for looking.
nite nite, luv Mike XX (without his red coat on).