Random Ramblings

Random Ramblings: Personal observations on a wide variety of subjects. Photographs of creatures and things that are taken on seeing the unusual as well as everyday things.

Green, green grass of home

I have always lived in Worcestershire and although it may not fall into the description in a dictionary as paradise, I still think that there are very few places in the world that could ever come close to its beautiful lushness. Most of the year it is green. Whether the weather is cool, damp, wet, misty, dry, hazy or humid the land of this county envelops the senses. There are so many places that hardly change with each and every Century that when your feet softly plod on the bouncy long turf you could be walking in the Twenty-First Century or the First Century. It is possible to walk for miles without encountering another soul.

Green, grren grass of home

Green Worcestershire

Green, green Worcestershire … so peaceful, so green and unspoilt as the years come and go – paradise!

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9 comments:

Grampy said...

What beautiful pictures of such a wonderful place. Around here it is hard to find anything so beautiful.We have to go to trails to find some where to walk. Everything is so commercialized. The once wide open fields and woods are now apartment houses or Malls or both.

Christy said...

Pretty! I always love seeing open areas of green, I live in suburbia where much of the open greenery is being turned into neighborhoods and parking lots.

Ann said...

Beautiful shots. It looks like a great place to go for a walk and get lost in thought.

Kloggers/Polly said...

Yes I am very lucky as all of the scenery is beautiful around me and Worcestershire in general is dotted about with small pretty villages and a few old towns. Many parts of the towns have old fashioned districts as part of them are mentioned in the Doomsday Book http://www.domesdaybook.co.uk/ of 1066. Many do have some more modern areas to balance it out so it's the best of both worlds and it depends what sort of shopping mood you are in and what type of item you may wish to purchase.

BALLET NEWS said...

there's something about green, isn't there ? I was captain of the green house at school, and I have no idea why but it's stuck with me ever since.

Lady Banana said...

A perfect example of this green and pleasant land :)

Jean said...

What a beautiful place!

TR Hughes said...

Beautiful - Serene...
Nature always calms me.

Sandra Rose Hughes said...

This makes me miss England. I once got to spend a semester studying abroad at Oxford, and since then I've never been able to get that much greenery out of my system. Every once in a while, gazing out on our dead-brown high desert California hills, I get a little teary eyed.