Something in the air

Warm in the daytime. Lazy, sunny, hazy light. A fabulous golden hour. The days are really opening out now, and today’s ride was jacketless. Staffordshire and the Chase were looking wonderful. The green hasn’t quite arrived yet, but the first daffy are showing. Everything seems brighter, released. Two months ago I was very ill, now, with the warmth on my back and power in my legs, I’m ready again. We survived another winter, and now nature awakens. Wonderful.

For more coverage of an old hippy getting happy as the sap rises, tune in to my still-running 365daysofbiking Tumblr journal.

Penkridge Bank, Cannock Chase, Staffordshire. 4:30pm, Sunday, 11th March 2011.

Pepper Slade, Cannock Chase, Staffordshire. 4:54pm, Sunday, 11th March 2011.

Sholar's Gate, Fulfen, Burntwood. 2:20pm, Sunday, 11th March 2011.

Sow or South Street, Cannock Chase, Staffordshire. 4:55pm, Sunday, 11th March 2011.

The twin towers of downtown Rugeley, Staffordshire. 5:29pm, Sunday, 11th March 2011.

Colwich from Oakedge Park, Cannock Chase, Staffordshire. 5:10pm, Sunday, 11th March 2011.

Crossing the M6 Toll, near Chasetown, Staffordshire. 6:30pm, Sunday, 11th March 2011.

Wolseley Plain, Cannock Chase, Staffordshire. 4:57pm, Sunday, 11th March 2011.

Rugeley Northern Bypass, Staffordshire. 5:21pm, Sunday, 11th March 2011.

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2 Responses to Something in the air

  1. David Evans says:

    Hi Bob
    super photos of a beautiful part of the world. Many thanks for sharing them
    cheers
    David

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