Red sky in the morning.

Up and about rather early this Tuesday morning and what a sky!

There’s a few why’s and what for’s coming up amongst my images of today’s walk into the Woolley Valley.

There’s a little grass-covered lane – splitting an orchard from the churchyard – in Upper Swainswick. This stone pile prevents vehicles using it as a short cut between one lane and another. Love to know its story?

Cold and a bit fresh it was too.

Can’t understand why so much energy and time went into mowing this tiny verge of hedgerow plants and flowers?
This was yesterday.
At least the mowing revealed its name again!
Left over from Halloween?
Lots of tiny caterpillars. Anyone know which moth or butterfly this is?
And finally. At the Gloucester Road end of Innox Lane – why are there cats eyes at the SIDE of the road?

Have a great day!