Gypsy Lane

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Gypsy Lane April 2010

Gypsy Lane in South Oxfordshire connected the ancient Ridgeway Path to the Thames Valley. On maps it is known as Crabhill Lane. The site of a Roman villa has been found nearby. There is evidence of a medieval settlement a little further on.
In late April blackthorn blossom arched over head.

Blackthorn blossom is finishing now and hawthorn just beginning to open. Butterflies dance in the sunshine.
An orange tip visits mustard garlic
orange tip
and a speckled wood rests on the path.

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One Comment on “Gypsy Lane”

  1. moondustwriter Says:

    love the way you take me down the proverbial garden path on an exploration of sorts. Thanks so much


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