Last weekend E had a rare two days off work so on Friday evening we went to Herefordshire arriving about 9.00 p.m.
To be honest we didn't go out much although the weather was lovely but on Saturday we walked along a local gated road.
St Leonard's Church, Hatfield.
Ivy flowers galore
You get some lovely old barns in Herefordshire.
We saw about 3 jays on the walk - no doubt collecting acorns.
This shed could do with some tender loving care!
This Red Admiral was sunbathing near some ivy flowers. I wonder if this will be the last of the butterfly sightings for 2021?
Back in Hatfield The Old School House
The tree I watch from the caravan throughout the seasons.
Views to the rear, front and side of the caravan.
There are lots of hawthorn berries in the hedges nearby and on Saturday I saw a huge flock of dozens of Redwings fly over - my first sighting this autumn.
I don't watch much tv but when I do I like to do simple knitting - either squares for a blanket from wool oddments or a scarf. I finally had enough scares to sew up this blanket which I've left in Herefordshire for now. Timothy likes it as you can see :)
I hope everyone is staying safe and well.
All photos taken by me with the Panasonic Lumix FZ330 bridge camera.