Blue Monday

The poor weather continues. Today was a traditional bank holiday, featuring traditional bank holiday weather – overcast with  sharp sqaully showers and windy. I still got out around Cannock Chase, and even on a dull day, Staffordshire is full of beautiful views. Everywhere is spectacularly green right now. Here’s to an Indian Summer…

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Anglesey Branch Canal, opposite former Super Alloys site, 2:52pm Monday 31st August 2009
The view of Hammerwich (Lichfield Cathederal just visible on the horizon) from the Anglesey Branch Canal, Brownhills, 2:52pm Monday 31st August 2009
Abraham's Valley, Cannock Chase, 4:41pm Monday 31st August 2009
Abraham's Valley, between Rifle Range Corner and Seven Springs, Cannock Chase, 4:41pm Monday 31st August 2009
Tixall Estate, 5:14PM 31st August 2009
Summerhouse Avenue, Tixall Estate, 5:14pm 31st August 2009
Hoo Mill Bridge during a short shower, 5:24pm 31st August 2009
Hoo Mill Bridge during a short shower, 5:24pm 31st August 2009
Looking South to Cannock Chase and Pye Green from Newton, Blithfield, 6:01pm 31st August 2009
Looking South to Cannock Chase and Pye Green from Newton, Blithfield, 6:01pm 31st August 2009
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