Revisiting the Folly

Flounders’ Folly, that is, at the highest point (just over 1000′) of the Wenlock Edge. It was much brighter and sunnier than our last visit, but not especially clear. The views are extensive in all directions from the top of the tower, which is usually open to visitors on the last Sunday in each month.

There was a very fine crop of blackberries in the woods below the edge – the butterflies thought so too. There were several speckled woods about, mostly too shy for photographer – and more commas than I’ve ever seen – dozens of them, posing lazily on the blackberries. The berries they seemed to favour looked well past their best – perhaps they’d begun to ferment, and the butterflies were sleeping off their hangovers…

Flounders’ Folly website

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