Autumn Tints, Donnington

Recent Photograph of Autumn Tints (Donnington)

This is a view from ‘Donnington Tump’ - the highest point in Donnington, and one of the ‘British Camp’ sites lined up across Herefordshire - an Iron Age Hill Fort called ‘Haffield’. Herefordshire Beacon (another one) can be seen in the far distance. Surprisingly, the more obvious hump in the middle distance doesn't appear to have been the site of ancient fortifications of any kind, and isn't even named on OS Maps.

The summer of 2003 had been very dry and the autumn tints were wonderful.

The very handsome Springer Spaniel in the foreground is named ‘Poppy’.

(Information provided by Rosemary Lockie)


Image contributed by Rosemary Lockie on 7th November 2003.
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