We took our grandson for a stroll along the tow-path of our local canal yesterday. I know I've put canal pics up here before but this is a different part, further out from the town. The canal is The Grand Western canal that runs from east Devon into Somerset. It's only 12 miles long because they ran out of money and just stopped building. It's now a nature reserve and a lovely amenity for this part of Devon.
There seemed to be a fishing competition going on...
My husband and grandson looking at tiddlers (minnows we thought) in the water.
There was so much 'green' everywhere you looked. I'm not much of a 'summer' fan, prefer autumn and spring, but when it's green like this I don't mind so much.
Fields of corn.
The Blackdown Hills in the distance.
Wildflowers all along the tow-path.
Surely a goblin path?
Me, myself and I.
And last but not least, a special one for Deslily.