Open Day at a Universe Somehere Near You

Beautiful sunny day today. Ideal for visiting a not-too-distant open day…

and to capture some unusual photos.

What passes for ground cover (the never ending task, like painting the …hey,  hang on just a minute)DSC01573

Brain testing instructions on using the water supply:


The ultimate in pest control:

Resistance is useless!

(If only …)


Delightful scarecrow:


Couldn’t resist: the colours of my football team:


Stopped at the Bartons Arms on the way home (Used for filming some of TV’s Peaky Blinders drama I believe.


Sense of humour at a different watering hole:


Photos and humour aside: had a fine day, lovely welcoming experience in the “Indian summer”. My thanks to everyone involved at Court Lane Allotments, Erdington.


4 responses to this post.

  1. Wonderful scarecrow. It rivals any I saw at a scarecrow festival some years ago! Sue


  2. Is it just me or is that rabbit terrifying?


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