:: tulip tree : ivy : fallen leaves : ash buds : herb robert : rosehips : elder : holly berrries ::
We had a family day out walking in the hills of Trefeglwys, which is Karl’s childhood stomping ground and we couldn’t resist exploring the churchyard. The slate headstones were beautiful. I could have spent hours photographing each individual one! The weathered colours, the Victorian designs and the lettering were fascinating and inspiring… I shall let the photographs speak…
Standing in the churchyard looking over an autumnal Welshpool. Image of the Week #109
Looking up… and up at the tower. Image of the Week #108
There will be no access to the churchyard on WEDNESDAY 15th OCTOBER due to safety concerns as there are some high-level maintenance works being undertaken on the building. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and your patience is appreciated.
We have got to the exciting part of house building, where we can start adding little details… such as light switches. Or maybe we’ve been slogging away at this project for far too long that we get rather over excited at installing light switches! Karl spotted these switches on Ebay some years ago, and they’ve been sitting in a…
A misty churchyard this morning – very autumnal. Image of the Week #107
The apple tree in October is still green and in full leaf. The autumn rain and winds have started though, so how much longer the leaves will remain on the tree I don’t know. Today the jackdaws were tumbling in the wind around the top of the tower. Birds have been feasting on the berries of the yew tree…
Fred had a special presentation from Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust to show their appreciation for completing his 2 Peak Challenge and raising a massive £278 for their ’30 days to save Dolforwyn’ appeal. They have a nice write up about it here. It has all been such a fantastic experience for him!
I never seem to tire of photographing this window. Being on the south side of the church, it is often illuminated by the mid-day sun. Image of the Week #106