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In Front of Woodman's Cottage1776 viewsThis strange curb has been dug up on our property in the front of Woodman's Cottage. 28 October 2005
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Strange Concrete Things at front of Woodman's Cottage128 viewsIt looks like the Time Team has been doing some excavations at the front of Woodman's Cottage. When I went over to see the stacked lumber, I noticed that this strange red curb and couple of cracked pavers had been exposed. 28 October 2005
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Lumber at Roadside151 viewsAwaiting pick-up by the truck from the sawmill. This is stacked on the triangular area owned by us in front of Woodman's Cottage: it has not been possible to have the sawmill pick up at the staging area behind Lordswood Cottage. 29 October 2005
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Lumber at the Roadside116 viewsSome of the wood cut down in Lord's Wood, at the roadside awaiting the truck from the sawmill. I understand this wood is pulped and becomes the inside of corrugated boxes.
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Lumber Stacked At the Roadside115 viewsWoodman's Cottage in the background. The lumber is stacked in the triangular area owned by us at the bottom (southern) end of the track. 29 October 2005
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Spring93 viewsThis photograph was taken from the top (North) of the "notch" in Lord's Wood, looking towards the South. The trees of Lord's Wood are on the left of the photograph.
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Bluebells in Lord's Wood96 viewsApril 29 2006 --- and a carpet of bluebells in Lord's Wood. Punctuated by the scent of wild garlic.
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Entrance to a Badger Sett -- Lord's Wood104 viewsThere's the equivalent of an apartment building for badgers at the top of one of the ridges at Lord's Wood. Using my telephoto lens, I took a photograph of one of the dozens of entrances.
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Bluebells in Lord's Wood94 viewsMay 1 2006
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Bluebells in Lord's Wood139 viewsBluebells --- Hyacinthoides non-scripta --- flower early in the year, between April and June. In this way they can make good use of all the available light, before the trees above them become covered with leaves, and block out the sun.
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The View From Lord's Wood to the Malvern Hills100 viewsAs sheep much the grass in Mr. Grizzell's Field.
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Bluebells in Lord's Wood88 viewsMay 1 2006
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