Harvest Time

It doesn’t seem a whole year since these long slow sunshiny days (with long shadows and watercolour landscapes) were here back in 2016! In the middle of winter however the year always feels like two years… if we were old fashioned county set we’d be worrying about getting enough of a wood pile cut and stored before the wet and misty Autumn turns up (with the stormy seascapes and still life paintings) as well as harvesting crops and fruit (and the hops)!

Have you seen the awesome ceiling staircase paintings in the Hall as well as the Dinosaurs of China (@Chinasaurs17). Maybe thats an outing for a rainy day.

Locally and all around the UK folk are busy harvesting.

It’s Bank Holiday next weekend,  so its bound to rain.

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