Belswardyne blackberries

A walk from Sheinton to Harley and back – out by Homer and Wigwig, back past Belswardyne. The blackberries weren’t the object of the exercise, but when we saw them beside the hedge (well away from the roads) – big, juicy and ripe – we had to stop and pick a few (still had the bags with us from Tuesday’s abortive sortie). They seem to be ready early this year – as will be the bramble jelly!

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2 thoughts on “Belswardyne blackberries

  1. Pingback: Belswardine blackberries–geoffspages blog | By the Mighty Mumford

  2. val brumby

    Lovely series of photos. Lucky you ,finding such a treasure trove of blackberries!. Will there be a
    blackberry crumble in the near future? Hard to believe it is already that time of year again. Thank you for sharing these.

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