Purple Clee

Bonnie blooming heather on Brown Clee: a walk to Clee Burf, the southern summit of the hill, via The Toot (yes, really!). It’s a fine bright afternoon – the clouds are beautiful white cauliflowers. Sadly, the sun always seems to be behind them when we’re amongst the heather. This is a bank holiday weekend, so it’s crowded – three other walkers, and a couple of young women on horses. And the sheep, of course. Hundreds of them.

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