St. George’s flag was flying proudly up Forrarbury church as Doc and I walked towards it last Sunday. Oh yes, I remembered, it was after all St. George’s day the day before that.
The last time we were out, I noticed some lovely bluebells strewn all over the grass near Forrarbury church. I made a mental note to come back with my camera, but never did.
Luckily when we came back, the bluebells were still around.
Aren’t they the loveliest? After a few snaps, Doc and I went ahead with our walk and found this bunny rabbit on the cemetery grounds.
Someone must have left it there for a love one. Doc and I went to our usual jaunt on the headland at this point, I had to put my camera back in my bag. It was a weekend and there were a lot of dog-walkers out and this meant, I couldn’t let Doc off his leash. He gets too excited when there are others, especially since some of them had their little toddlers in tow. I didn’t want to frighten the little ones with an over-excited friendly dog running up to them, even if it’s just to say hi.
Once back on the road, I did manage a few measly shots.
When we first moved down to Cornwall, I used to wonder why some of the trees were odd-shaped looking, as if they were slanting. Then I realised the trees are slanting because of the harsh Cornish wind. I find it fascinating. You’ll find slanting trees dotted all over the Cornish coast.
Have you ever seen trees slanting trees in your area?