14 April 2020

For a bit of variety, we took a walk down Burlees Lane this evening, then up through Hill House Wood. I wanted to see the wild garlic while it was still out. Early bluebells also made an appearance.

garlic

Down in Mytholmroyd, someone had painted NHS Thank you x in giant letters on a playing field.

An amazing sunset over Heptonstall later in the evening. We do get some absolutely wonderful sunsets around here, but tonight’s was particularly impressive. Meanwhile, Venus blazed like a spotlight overhead.

Sunset behind Heptonstall
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