Sunday, May 04, 2008

the road to Stoke Climsland

the main road into our village (on the horizon) lined with bluebells. There has been a major effort to thin out the hedge trees (a photo in 2004, at the same site looking up the hill is included for comparison) and allow some more light into the lanes. It also allows the double decker buses to travel safely. The chicane in the road tends to keep car speeds to a reasonable level (there is just about room for two medium sized vehicles to pass).

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Couldn't help wondering whether the hedge trimming will affect the bluebells as their shady habitat has disappeared.