Thankyou all for your comments.
KevinBarrett wrote:Lovely pictures! Why am I suddenly thinking about Watership Down?
I think Hazel, Fiver, Bigwig and friends would have been quite happy; there are certianly lots of their bunny buddies living there at the moment.
rogprov wrote:Nice photos and quite familiar territory for me - in fact, sat here on Robinswood Hill in Gloucester I'm probably in one of your shots, but not even the a900 would have the resolution to see me ...
I think we had slighly better weather than you yesterday, it looked like rain to the South of us?
David Kilpatrick wrote:I have only walked the Malverns once, in winter in light snow. There was a strange old house almost derelict in the middle of broken down trees on the way up to the ridge - very spooky. ...
Now we are getting more mobile with the baby (a good work out with the baby carrier yesterday) I'm looking forward to some clear, crisp winter walks there this winter. I remember a similar incident with a derilict cottage in a plantation on Mull. We were trying a shortcut (
) and came upon it quite suddenly. We'd only recetnly watched the Balir Witch Project and we found our walking pace quickened considerably for the next mile or so!
... and regarding mushrooms, I must admit to being a complete coward when it comes to eating mushrooms not bought from a shop. I think the Doc's advice is a good idea.
Nex 5, Nex 6 (IR), A7M2, A99 and a bunch of lenses.