Sunday, 25 April 2010

Haddenham to Aylesbury

Jane Rosoux writes...

"I attach a selection of the photographs I took on my ramble from Haddenham & Thame Parkway to Aylesbury.

It was a lovely day on Saturday, albeit somewhat hazy, and six of us spent an enjoyable 16 miles walking through picture-postcard villages, such as Long Crendon, and attractive farmland in the Vale of Aylesbury.

The oil-seed rape was in full flower,

the National Trust Courthouse at Long Crendon opened as we were passing,

the hawthorn bushes were covered in blossom,

orchids, dandelions and lesser celandines were amongst other wild flowers in bloom.

And whilst we waited at Aylesbury for our train back to London we were able to enjoy very good value tea, coffee and cakes courtesy of Morrisons!"

Many thanks to Jane for leading the walking, reporting and photographing it!


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