Glorious Spring Sunshine and an Ancient Yew Tree

The Daffodil Way Kempley Green
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Spring Fever!

It’s early March the sun is shining and it’s 16 degrees, days like this I don’t do ‘indoors’!!

Unfortunately it is a working day but Nick’s picked up on the ‘spring fever vibes’ too, so it was a unanimous decision to down tools and play truant!

That’s a big advantage of running our own business, as long as we get the work done we can put in the hours whenever we like. Feeling just a little guilty we put the answer phone on and giggling like a couple of school kids playing truant, we escaped out in the beautiful spring sunshine.

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The Daffodil Way

I had been looking forward to walking ‘The Daffodil Way’ a ten mile circular walk on the border of Gloucestershire and Herefordshire starting in the pretty village of Kempley Green. Here wild daffodils grow in abundance in the fields and woods attracting thousands of visitors every year.

There is a guided walk on the 17th March, but as I have 2 daffodils in bloom in the garden and have found a few flowering down the lane, I decided we’d beat the rush and go today!

Although this is only about a 15 minute drive away from home, it’s an area we haven’t explored before.

It seemed a perfect day, have you ever found yourself saying ‘it was a beautiful day, not a cloud in the sky’ yet what is more lovely than looking up and seeing wonderful wispy clouds gently stretching across an expanse of blue, it gives me a feeling of utter peace and tranquillity.

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I eagerly look around for my first sight of the daffodils, not a splash of yellow anywhere! Plenty of clumps of green leaves, ok so we are a couple of weeks early!

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The sunshine is glorious and I wouldn’t have missed the walk for anything, it’s one of those days that you count your blessings and it feels so good to be alive!

St Bartholomew's Church Much Marcle
St Bartholomew's Church Much Marcle | Source

St Bartholomew Church

We made a stop on the way home, in the village of Much Marcle to visit St Bartholomew’s Church.

This beautiful church with it’s wonderful stained glass windows dates from the 13th Century.

Stained glass window in St Bartholomew's Church
Stained glass window in St Bartholomew's Church | Source
Stained glass window in St Bartholomew's Church
Stained glass window in St Bartholomew's Church | Source
Stained glass window in St Bartholomew's Church
Stained glass window in St Bartholomew's Church | Source

Within it’s grounds stands an ancient Yew tree, one of the oldest in England. The Church Council have a certificate stating that the tree is 1500 years old, that means it was planted in at least the year 500.

The Old Yew Tree St Bartholowmew's Church
The Old Yew Tree St Bartholowmew's Church | Source
The Old Yew Tree St Bartholowmew's Church
The Old Yew Tree St Bartholowmew's Church | Source
The Old Yew Tree St Bartholowmenw's Church
The Old Yew Tree St Bartholowmenw's Church | Source

Records show the girth of the tree was measured in 1953 by the Reverend Graham Holley, 4 foot 6 inches from the ground it measured 30 foot 1 inch. It was measured again in 2006 and the girth was 30 foot 11 inches.

Still much alive and growing, it must have appreciated having 8 trailer loads of dead timbers and unnecessary branches removed in 2006.

The trunk is so huge that a bench has been constructed to seat several people.

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It is indeed an awesome and formidable sight, I couldn’t help but wonder what life it had witnessed over a period of 1500 years.

I felt it was a privilege to see and touch something so old, for a while the daffodils were forgotten - but you can be sure there will be a hub on the Daffodil Walk eventually!



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Sunnie Day 4 years ago

Hello Lesley,

What a glorious day to be out and about, taking a lovely stroll..I loved the pictures although some are not showing up..it may be me so I will come back. It is just blank..just thought I would let you know..16 degrees?? I am complaining here in Texas at 40 lol. At least you have sunshine..can always bundle up for sure..Have a great day..Thank you for sharing..

Sunnie


Sunnie Day 4 years ago

Hi Lesley the pictures are up..very beautiful!The Stained glass windows are breathtaking! Thank you!


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DonnaCosmato 4 years ago from USA

What a beautiful virtual walk you've taken us on, and who could have imagined that magnificent old tree? Thanks for another breath of fresh air as we while away the remaining days of winter here.


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sgbrown 4 years ago from Southern Oklahoma

What a wonderful hub! Beautiful pictures and descriptions. What stories that old tree could tell! Too bad it can't talk. I look forward to seeing a hub on the daffodils. Have a wonderful Monday! :)


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hello Sunnie, thanks for coming back a 2nd time, glad the pictures loaded ok this time.

It was a fabulous sunny day and it was great to be out enjoying it!

Have a wonderful day, hope it warms up for you! best wishes Lesley


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hello Donna, I'm so pleased you have enjoyed a little bit of spring this morning! I loved that old tree...

thank you for visiting and see you soon, take care Lesley


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi sgbrown, yes that old tree has certainly seen some life in 1500 years!!

I am still looking forward to doing the daffodil walk - I am sure that has to be a hub in the making!!

Many thanks for your comments, enjoy your week and take care, Lesley


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prasetio30 4 years ago from malang-indonesia

1500 years old tree....wow. This was one of the oldest tree I've ever know. Good job, Lesley. I really enjoy all the pictures here. Thanks for share with us. Rated up!

Prasetio


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi Prasetio, yes 1500 years old is quite amazing and it's certainly still very much alive, it attracts many tourists!

Many thanks for visiting, your comments and votes, best wishes Lesley.


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thelyricwriter 4 years ago from West Virginia

Voted up and all across but funny. Les, these are beautiful pictures. Your pics are always professional and you take good ones. I am with Pras, 1500 years, that is amazing! Another great journey MM. Best wishes and take care. Thank you also for your support and kind words.


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anathema30 4 years ago from Illinois

So gorgeous, I'm jealous!


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mckbirdbks 4 years ago from Emerald Wells, Just off the crossroads,Texas

You deliver so many lessons here in this article. I am in awe of your appreciation for the quiet, peaceful joy life can deliver. Your photograph depicts the serenity of the old tree very well. Your scene depicts the slowness of time in this faraway place. There is so much solace that can be found here.


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Peggy W 4 years ago from Houston, Texas

Hi Lesley,

What an amazing yew tree particularly at an age of 1500 years! Thanks for sharing the gorgeous scenery on your day of putting work aside for the moment. With or without the daffodils, it is a beautiful place. Will look forward to seeing those fields ablaze with the daffodils in a future hub. Up and beautiful votes!


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writer20 4 years ago from Southern Nevada

Lesley your photos are totally gorgeous.A tree thats 1500 hundred years old is amazing. Vote on everything but funny, Joyce.


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BRIAN SLATER 4 years ago from Nottingham Uk

What a great day out, perfect weather. You have taken some great photo's, love the church and the old tree. voted up :)


stessily 4 years ago

Lesley, Playing truant is the better bargain on such a day as this. Beguiled by the Daffodil Way, you and Nick were rewarded with an endless array of natural and manmade beauty. Those stained glass windows are luminescent. The ancient yew tree is such a unique treasure; your photos convey beautifully the power and grace which must have contributed to its longevity.

Well done.


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Cloverleaf 4 years ago from Calgary, AB, Canada

Hi MM, an absolutely perfect day, and wonderful pictures as usual! Especially the old yew tree...WOW! x


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi Ricky, I am always on the look-out for something unusual to photograph and was delighted when we found the old yew tree, I thought it was really special and enjoyed sharing it with you.

Thank you for visiting and your very kind comments. Thinking of you, best wishes Lesley


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mollymeadows 4 years ago from The Shire

Hi MM, and thanks for taking us with you on your stroll through the beautiful English countryside. What a gorgeous neighborhood you live in. The church window is an inspiration. No wonder England has produced so many great artists and writers...it's such an evocative landscape!


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi anathema30, it's nice to meet you, thank you for visiting and your comments it's much appreciated.

Best wishes Lesley


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi Mike, it was a day when everything seemed extra special, almost as though I was experiencing it for the first time, the peace and quiet of the beautiful countryside, blue sky and sun shining - truly lovely, I enjoyed sharing it and thank you for appreciating it!


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi Peggy, it was a beautiful day to play truant - we couldn't resist it!

I was in complete awe of the yew tree, it was quite amazing.

I am still looking forward to the daffodil walk, it will be done and shared for sure!

Many thanks for your comments and votes, take care Lesley


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hello Joyce, love your new profile pic!

The yew tree was so impressive!

Thank you for visiting, your comments and votes, they are always much appreciated.

Take care Lesley.


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi Brian, it was the perfect day to play traunt, I felt guilty for all of 2 minutes!

I'm so pleased you enjoyed the photos, many thanks for your comments and votes, best wishes Lesley


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi Stessily, although we didn't see the daffodils we were certainly rewarded with the delights of the countryside and the Church!

Many thanks for your comments, enjoy your week, best wishes Lesley


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi Cloverleaf, I should have got Nick to pose by the tree so you could appreciate just how big it is!

It was a fabulous walk, we'll take you there when you come over! x


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi Molly, we are completely spoilt here with our beautiful countryside and churches, we are very fortunate!

I'm so pleased you enjoyed the photos, many thanks for your comments.

Best wishes Lesley


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thougtforce 4 years ago from Sweden

Thanks for sharing your day in this beautiful landscape and all the fantastic pictures! Spring is the best season of the year and your hub is a promise that spring is on its way! The landscape, the tree, the church, I am amazed that you can get any work done at all:))

Voted up, beautiful, awesome

Best wishes

Tina


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A.A. Zavala 4 years ago from Texas

Such a beautiful tree, and the meadows! I felt at peace while strolling through the pictures. Absolutely lovely!


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Dexter Yarbrough 4 years ago from United States

MM! It is such a pleasure to go on a virtual walk with you!


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Fennelseed 4 years ago from Australia

Well I started off expecting daffodils, but ended up with a different treat. You certainly live in a very beautiful location Leslie, and you have bought us magic throughout the seasons. Spring looks especially beautiful. The stained glass at St Bartholomew's is spectacular and the yew tree with it's incredible history is a visual treat. Thank you so much for this very enjoyable visual tour. My votes to you.


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teaches12345 4 years ago

I would love to sit and read a book inside that old yew tree. What a glorious day, indeed! Wonderful hub and makes me look forward to spring.


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PADDYBOY60 4 years ago from Centreville Michigan

Hi MM- That tree at the church is really cool. As usual great hub. Thanks.


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DIYmyOmy 4 years ago from Philadelphia, PA

Thanks so much for posting, I adore that wonderful old tree, truly one of the ancients. I voted it up and 'awesomed' it as well!


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always exploring 4 years ago from Southern Illinois

The yew tree is amazing, but even more amazing, I see an elephant in the photo next to the last photo. Tell me if you see it too. I dearly love stained glass windows. This is a wonderful hub. Thank you for taking us along your journey. Cheers


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CassyLu1981 4 years ago from Spring Lake, NC

Wonderful pictures! What a cool tree :) Voted up and awesome and shared!


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shimmering Dawn 4 years ago

This is amazing! It is blazing hot here and the flowers are wilting in the heat...it was such a pleasure to walk with you... Have a blessed day. Peace.


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Kamalesh050 4 years ago from Sahaganj, Dist. Hooghly, West Bengal, India

Hi, The Highly Talented Lady! the photos are all Brilliant, Fabulous, Wonderful, Amazing, as always! Why don't you take part in any contest? Truly your work is always Great my friend. Your camera is very proud of you too!

Voted Up and rated 'Awesome' of course!

Best Wishes to you. Take care, Kamalesh


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Ruchira 4 years ago from United States

Wow Lesley...you created a beautiful story from ur pictures. So creative!

Gotta share this beautiful captures of yours...voted up n interesting :)


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Vellur 4 years ago from Dubai

Beautiful hub and an olden golden yew tree. Loved your photos. You must have had a wonderful day out. Voted up.


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi Tina, disciplining myself to do work on a lovely sunny day is not easy!! I'm always itching to get out there and enjoy it!

Thank you for visiting and your lovely comments and votes, have a wonderful day, best wishes Lesley


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi Dex, glad you enjoyed the virtual walk, it's always good to have your company, I hope all is well with you, have a fabulous day, best wishes Lesley


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi A.A.Zavala, I felt at peace as I strolled through those meadows, I'm so pleased you experienced that too!

Many thanks for joining me and your comments, they are much appreciated.

BTW I loved your hub 'In a Trance' beautiful!

Best wishes Lesley


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi Annie, it just goes to show you don't know what you may be rewarded with on a walk!

It was a fabulous and I'm looking forward to doing it again, hopefully I will see some daffodils!

Thank you for your wonderful comments, they mean a great deal to me, take care Lesley


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi teaches12345, I agree, the seat in the old yew tree looks so inviting...

Thank you for visiting and your comments, enjoy your day, best wishes Lesley


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi Paddy, thanks for visiting, I hope all is well with you - many thanks for your comments, enjoy your week and see you soon, best wishes Lesley


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi DIYmyOmy, it's nice to meet you, many thanks for visiting,your comments and votes, glad you enjoyed the pictures of that wonderful old tree, I found out we have an ancient oak tree not far away, so I must pay it a visit soon!

Best wishes lesley


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hello Ruby, you're right there is an elephant there! isn't the old knobbly wood fabulous in that trunk!

Thank you for your lovely comments and see you soon, best wishes Lesley


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi Shimmering Dawn, your weather is quite a contrast to ours! as the sun was shining everything was bursting into life, it was a fabulous day to appreciate and enjoy it!

Thank you and best wishes Lesley


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi CassyLu1981, it's nice to meet you, I am so pleased you enjoyed the pictures, and thank you for your comments votes and sharing, it's much appreciated.

Best wishes Lesley


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi Kamalesh, thank you for visiting and your wonderful comments - you are very kind and supportive, I so appreciate you!

Take care my friend and see you soon, best wishes Lesley


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi Ruchira, thank you for visiting and your lovely comments, votes and sharing, it's much appreciated.

Have a wonderful, wonderful day and see you soon, best wishes Lesley


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi Vellur, yes it was a lovely day, quite special - doing things on the spur of the moment always seem to turn out great!!

Many thanks for your comments and votes, enjoy your day, best wishes Lesley


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jacqui2011 4 years ago from Leicester, United Kingdom

What a beautiful walk that you had. I felt as though I was there, looking at your amazing photographs. As usual a wonderful hub. I loved the pics of the old yew tree, it has seen some life! Thanks for such a lovely stroll in your beautiful part of the world. Voted up - awesome.


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Eiddwen 4 years ago from Wales

Well Lesley thank you so much for being our tour guide;and what a geat job you did too;with phohtos truly beautiful as they always are without fail.

Take care and enjoy your day.

Eddy.


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hello Jacqui, I always enjoy your company on one of my walks - I'm sure that old yew tree could tell some wonderful stories!

Thank you for your comments and votes, take care and best wishes Lesley


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi Eddy, I'm so pleased you enjoyed this walk, and thank you for your wonderful comments, have a great week, best wishes Lesley


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Jackie Lynnley 4 years ago from The Beautiful South

What an amazing find, it would make a wonderful story about that tree. I found one near me since before the Declaration of Independence was signed in 1776 and thought that was something, lol. Gorgeous pictures as usual.


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi Jackie, yes what a wonderful tree, 1500 years old and still very much alive, I could have stayed there for hours, there was a wonderful atmosphere of calm and peace there.

Thank you for visiting and your comments, have a great day, best wishes Lesley


iamaudraleigh 4 years ago

Hey there!!! I love this hub!!! Look at the beautiful blue skies in England!!! Great pictures! I especially like "The Old Yew Tree St Bartholowmew's Church"!

I visited my sister while my sister lived there. It was awesome! However, it is rare to see blue skies like the ones you show here...wow!


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b. Malin 4 years ago

Hi Movie Master, another Wonderful Treat for the Eyes to See...And for a Tree to live 1500 years...Wow, if it could talk! I Love the Built in Benches, how neat is that. Thanks for the History Lesson and the Beautiful Scenery.


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Happyboomernurse 4 years ago from South Carolina

Wow! Judging from the number of comments I can see that many others have spring fever along with you. How cool that you were able to share the beautiful blue sky, ancient Yew tree and church windows with us, plus you excitement of taking off work for one day.

Great hub. Voted up across the board except for funny.

Now I'm primed for the daffodil hub that I hope will be here soon!!!!

Hub Hugs Across the Miles,

Gail


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Just Ask Susan 4 years ago from Ontario, Canada

What a gorgeous day to go out and play :) I always so enjoy your hubs like these. Sadly we still have snow on the ground, but the temperature is reading a nice 5C and I hear it is going up to 11 today. Hopefully some of this snow melts. My daffodils are always late on arrival. I really need to move them to a better place in the garden. Sorry for rambling on like this.

That Yew tree is amazing. I can the the elephant too :)


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi iamaudraleigh, even in the middle of summer it's unusal to have beautiful blue skies like this in England!

Many thanks for your comments, glad you enjoyed it, best wishes Lesley


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi b.Malin, isn't that bench cute! I keep thinking now why didn't I or Nick pose on it??!

Many thanks for your comments, hope your week is going ok, best wishes Lesley


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi Gail, I hope this daffodil walk isn't going to be an anti-climax, as we're all 'psyched up' for it!

It was a great day and I've enjoyed sharing it, thank you as always for your comments and votes, take care Lesley


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi Susan, hopefully your 11 degrees has melted some snow today, it's been cooler here today at 10 degrees with rain and a cold wind.

I'm so pleased now we took advantage of our lovely weather last week and played traunt!!

Ah you see the elephant too!

Many thanks for your comments, take care and best wishes Lesley


Sueswan 4 years ago

Hi Lesley,

What an awesome way to spend the day. Love the pictures, especially those of the Yew tree.

I look forward to your hub on the Daffodil Walk.

Voted up and away!

Take care :)

Sue


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi Sue, many thanks for your comments, we had a fabulous day, glad you enjoyed the photos!

See you on the Daffodil walk if not before!

Have a good weekend, best wishes Lesley


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Marcy Goodfleisch 4 years ago from Planet Earth

Thank you for taking us on your little trip and sharing the sights with us! The church is beautiful, and the yew tree is amazing - what a piece of history. That tree has seen many amazing things, I imagine. Your photos are great - I thoroughly enjoyed this hub!


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Enlydia Listener 4 years ago from trailer in the country

I love your photos...what a neat little place to sit under a tree! Also really liked the stained glass windows.


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi Marcy, thank you for joining us on the walk, I'm so pleased you enjoyed the photos, your comments are much appreciated, have a lovely weekend, best wishes Lesley


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi Enlydia, it was fortunate the sun was shining through the stained glass windows, so I was able to take photos, they were quite stunning! and the bench in the tree was so inviting...

Thank you for your lovely comments, have a great weekend, best wishes Lesley


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anglnwu 4 years ago

Simply gorgeous pictures. The yew tree is so majestic and the little benches inside the trunk--so darling--I wouldn't mind a little picnic in there. Thanks for ushering the beauty of spring. Totally lovely and thanks for sharing.


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi anginwu, isn't the old yew tree wonderful! and still very much alive and healthy.

Thank you for visiting and your comments, take care my friend and see you soon, Lesley


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Vinaya Ghimire 4 years ago from Nepal

This is so wonderful, makes me feel like visiting the place.

Outdoor photography is really challenging because most of the time you have to wait for the right moment to click, or become very selective about the best shot among the multiple shots. Your shots are awesome.


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi Vinaya, yes this is a beautiful area and the weather was perfect for taking photos, the blue sky really enhanced the scene.

Thank you for your very kind comments, they are much appreciated, best wishes lesley


Phoebe Pike 4 years ago

Your photographs are absolutely stunning.


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hello Phoebe, thank you for stopping by and your wonderful comments!

Take care and best wishes Lesley


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Wayne Brown 4 years ago from Texas

What an incredible tree and a story to go with it. It looks like something the Keebler Elves live in. I kept looking for one in the pictures! LOL! Thanks for sharing your spring day journey with us....lots of fun and I loved the photos. WB


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi Wayne, what a pity you didn't spot the elves LOL

Many thanks for stopping by and your comments, best wishes Lesley


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Dolores Monet 4 years ago from East Coast, United States

Oh wow that tree is incredible! What cool pictures. I love to get out for those early spring walks and this looks like the most wonderful place, but the yew tree sure wins the prize. Voted up and awesome. I love it! And I 'm glad you posted so many pictures. Also love the one of looking up into the trees.


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hello Dolores, the countryside on the 'Daffodil Way' walk is fabulous especially on a glorious sunny spring day. We have walked here again since writing and seen the beautiful daffodils, I will be publishing this hub shortly - the yew tree is quite magnificent!

Many thanks for your comments, they are much appreciated, best wishes Lesley


STATHISTATHI 4 years ago

Beautiful work..such a great and fascinating walk you gave us all..So thank you..Best regards.


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi Stathistathi, it's nice to meet you, thank you for joining me on the walk, glad you enjoyed it!

Best wishes Lesley


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unknown spy 4 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up.

Amazing and wonderful photos. the Yew tree is beautiful! Thanks for the walk Lesley! Nature is really stunning.


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Movie Master 4 years ago from United Kingdom Author

Hi unknown spy, many thanks for joining me on the walk, yes the yew tree is quite beautiful, glad you enjoyed the pictures.

Take care and best wishes Lesley

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