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photoblog image A Walk in the worcestershire Countryside 7

A Walk in the worcestershire Countryside 7

Here we see the group using the ancient right of way that the farmer has carefully left unplanted to allow walkers access.


A Walk in the worcestershire Countryside 7

Here we see the group using the ancient right of way that the farmer has carefully left unplanted to allow walkers access.


comments (22)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 29 Aug 2013, 00:55
I like this shot, muchly, Bill.
Bill Phillips: That is most gratifying Ray
  • Frances
  • United States
  • 29 Aug 2013, 01:07
Great shot with an interesting narrative. I would love to be walking out there myself. smile
Bill Phillips: It was a pleasant Saturday stroll Frances
another beautiful shot. like the light and the high up view. did the scarecrow take the shot on your behalf, Bill? grin
Bill Phillips: Didn't you know that I am 11 feet tall Ayush?
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 29 Aug 2013, 06:45
But some walkers invaded into the cornfields -I like this view on the path and the dramaric sky. How long does the walk last? - we are almost a whole week on way - as long as the 10days walk through the Cotswolds Martin Robbins did?
Bill Phillips: It was about 2 hours Philine, in English this series is known as "padding it out"
  • Chris
  • England
  • 29 Aug 2013, 06:54
Good ole farmer, civilised chap. Still worried about that sky though, if it fell down it would crush all his croppidge
Bill Phillips: If you fell down you might damage that shirt and that would be A GOOD THING
I love how we're looking down that lovely path!
Bill Phillips: Well I love that you love that ..........wink
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 29 Aug 2013, 07:27
WOWSER, that is lots of drama, great shot (where you on the bike to catch up with them again)
Bill Phillips: Wide angle lens makes them look further away than they really were Lady P.
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 29 Aug 2013, 07:42
You have made this very dramatic with the small figures and that huge forbidding sky, Bill
Bill Phillips: Bit OTT really Lisl
  • Chad (Ridge)
  • Where latitude and attitude meet
  • 29 Aug 2013, 08:36
I get it Bill, you are recreating one of Richard Long's land art projects.
Bill Phillips: I 'ad to google 'im coz I ain't educated like wot you are. He sounds a bit of a nutter
Beautiful imagesmile Greetings
Bill Phillips: Greetings to you too. Thanks for visiting and commenting
another good post processing job
Bill Phillips: Thanks Rani
  • Mary MacADNski
  • Beautiful Prince Edward Island, Canada
  • 29 Aug 2013, 10:18
Chris told me about these ancient right of ways. What a brilliant idea. I wish we had them. Enjoyed your pictures and the song.
Bill Phillips: A lot of people have campaigned over the years to keep them and providing both the walkers and the farmers are sensible it shouldn't be a problem
  • Penny
  • sunny Glossop
  • 29 Aug 2013, 11:09
I think they're planning their next crop circle Bill. Thanks for the McGuinness Flint reminder - I used to love them.
Bill Phillips: When I'm dead and gone is still a favourite of mine Penny
Farmers don't bother about walkers in France Bill!
Superb image.
Bill Phillips: We seem to value our ancient footpaths here Richard and have fought to keep them open
  • Linda
  • United Kingdom
  • 29 Aug 2013, 12:19
He is a very good farmer to do this, this makes you want to follow the path. It looks very beautiful smile
Bill Phillips: It was nice. My sort of walk.....not too many hilly bits grin
Well that is one generous minded farmer, some of them couldn't give a so and so about such paths these days.
Bill Phillips: True but I think the rambling folk keep them up to the mark
Love this image, Bill. The path seems to be leading the walkers into that crop of trees. That certainly was a thoughtful farmer.
Bill Phillips: It does and anothe one runs across the field!
Oh dear ,bring laptop with Photomatic on it to Teignmouth so I can drop it off the end off the pier..
Bill Phillips: Just 'cos you don't like HDR I ain't mad about abstracts but I don't try to stop you doing them (fat chance). Be nice or I won't buy the coffee (well not yours )
  • Richard T
  • Suffolk ... Where the sun rises first in England
  • 29 Aug 2013, 16:07
And so he should.

Ok ... I'm expecting more field grown beer brewing ingredients for the rest of this weeks
Bill Phillips: Don't be ungracious. Many don't and get away with it. Something slightly different tomorrow that Mick Shaw will detest
Looks like some of the group have strayed of the straight and narrow, only to be expected I suppose smile
Bill Phillips: It is easier to control cats John
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 29 Aug 2013, 18:09
This is lovely Bill, that green path winding through the middle is amazing
Bill Phillips: Thanks Anne. Pleased you like it
Great sky!
Bill Phillips: Not bad even if I say so myself

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