Sunday, 4 April 2010

Easter in Somerset

Not a very Easter Sunday kind of picture, but at least there's some daffodils in it. A little piece of 'pleasing decay' found at Stembridge out on the Somerset Levels. A landscape of cold water courses running through a landscape dotted with black willow trees cowed against the wind, and those simply extraordinary Somerset church towers with their pageants of pinnacles. All with the backdrop of the Quantocks and Polden Hills. Happy Easter everybody.


Philip Wilkinson said...

I like the way they put both 'SOMERSET' and 'S.C.C.', which presumably means Somerset County Council, on the sign. Somerset. So good they named it twice.

Wartime Housewife said...

There was a really violent film made just up the road from here. I think the director was Quantock Tarantino.

Vinogirl said...

Love the photo...Happy Easter.