a quiet moment

Taking a stroll behind the barns belonging to the neighbouring farm the other evening I noticed this view of Trencrom Hill which is a perfect place to go to when seeking peace and quiet. From this view it looks to be practically in my garden, which now makes me wonder if all the large stones in my garden are actually part of the ancient iron-age hill fort or bits of the huge natural outcrops that have rolled down the hill.

not a soul in sight

(there is a public footpath along here although it is not well signed. I know that because on our deeds it originally passed through what is now our conservatory – fortunately our conveyancer noticed that and got it altered before our purchase went through)

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #102 | A Quiet Moment


  1. Beautiful countryside to go and explore!

  2. BeckyB says:

    oh crikey glad that was spotted before you moved in. How on earth did the previous owners not notice it!!

    1. BeckyB says:

      PS very envious of you have this glorious countryside right outside your gate

    2. Heyjude says:

      They did, but it never got changed on the plans, so we insisted that the process was completed.

      1. BeckyB says:

        Glad you were sensible, you never know when these things will catch you out.

        Hope you are well. Did I read somewhere that you are on an adventure east?

        1. Heyjude says:

          Yup. On an extremely windy south coast beach right now!

        2. BeckyB says:

          oh you brave souls 🙂 Don’t get swept away!!

        3. Heyjude says:

          We didn’t but I think I have sand everywhere!

  3. caritosalomon says:

    The sound of silence is very peaceful. What a lovely countryside!

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