What a gorgeously scenic bike ride, I bet you felt your soul was refreshed afterwards. Great shots and I love the mix of big landscape and tiniest detail.
What a breathtakingly beautiful place for a ride. Glad you had such a lovely time, your photos are wonderful. How beautiful this country is. CJ xx
I particularly like the view of the avenue of trees, the lower angle makes it very special.
The colours in your landscape shots are beautiful. And I now know that sneezewort is... sneezewort! Ditto Umbellifer :)Sarah.
These might be some of your most beautiful photos yet, the slight change in the season is showing and the avenue of trees is breathtaking.Hugs,Meredith
A beautiful ride in wonderful countryside surrounded by nature. That feeling of freedom and space to breath in the fresh cool morning air. Time to yourself .Loved every photograph, x
Thank you for the beautiful photos!
The avenue of trees is just amazing. I love your shot from the road looking onwards and upwards. The twisty wire pictures are wonderful too, I love things like that, it really makes you notice the little details. xx
Beautiful! Is this Renfrewshire, Lochwinnoch? I love the twisty wire photos, and the trees, too. Cx
What a beautiful magical trip! These little details are so beautiful, so heartening, thank you for sharing them!
What a beautiful ride. So many great shots it's hard to pick favourites. Your air looks so clear - we've had a lot of humidity that makes it hard to take long-distance photos. The tree avenue is lovely - very LOTR-ish. Great twisty wire, and nosy cow, and my goodness the farms are right on the road, aren't they? Here they're usually set back, so I'm not able to get in amongst the buildings.Your knapweed is very pink compared with ours, and the bracts (?) are more feathery. It's fun to see the differences between the wildflowers. Those sneezewort blossoms look very like the white yarrow that grows here.Have really enjoyed your vacation posts but been short on time for commenting! :)
Gorgeous photos as usual, I really love the avenue of trees from the low angle. xxxx
Thank you for that glorious journey. I feel very happy ,every photo is simply stunning
Your pics are amazing!!! You have to be in the UK right? Love those old buildings, wish we had them here in Australia.Cheers, Anita.
Love the avenue of trees - has a french feel to it.
Hi Anne,Just had a catch up on your last posts. Your photos are amazing! I hope that your year at school goes ok. I fully understand how exhausting it is and hope that things calm down a bit. Do you have an NQT year like here? I will let you know how the supply goes. Have not had any work yet as the start of term is all inset days and everyone present! Hopefully I will get some next week, or maybe even tomorrow!
It certainly was worth the effort cycling those hill. What beautiful scenery.
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