Out and About

On day 279 of 365 Days Wild I wandered out for a cloudy afternoon on the village lanes and in the Nature Project. It was too dull for many photos, but I did take a few.

There’s a lonely daffodil on the godcake, the grassy triangle where the three lanes meet, that I just had to stop and snap a few pictures of.

I also snapped a few pictures of the lanes.

And a few around the Nature Project, too. It’s nice to see hints of green starting to appear.

My final picture is of the gateway of one of my favourite houses in the village. I love the daffodils, particularly the dichotomy between the ragged remnants of last year in the hedge and the bright new Spring growth.

That’s all for today. Have you been out and about recently? Let me know in the comments below.

7 thoughts on “Out and About

    1. I first heard the term a couple of years ago, on an episode of Worzel Gummidge. It’s an old English name for the triangle of grass formed where three lanes meet. There’s also a triangular pastry called a Coventry Godcake – which I think might have once been made for a religious festival, with the three corners representing the trinity – after which the grassy triangle is probably named. Thanks for reading and commenting, Buddy.


    1. Thanks Irene. The people who live behind that door own the meadow, and have given it to the village as a nature project. They’re very like-minded people. And daffodils are always a delight to see. Thanks for reading and commenting, Irene. ๐Ÿ˜Š

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