Mogg revisited

I walked this route, more or less, in January (see “Mogg Forest“). It was rather wet underfoot back then, and still a bit sticky in places today. There were few other similarities – instead of wet mid-winter, we’re now in spring – there are crops in the fields and yet more bluebells in the woods

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  1. Graham Daly

     /  17 May 2014

    Lovely springtime views – close ups of wild flowers and insect especially impressive

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  2. Graham Daly

     /  17 May 2014

    Lovely spring collection – close ups of wild flowers and insect especially impressive

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