Sea front property at St. Aubin and sea view at St. Clement between the showers
The end of a beautiful day. After dropping the office post in the nearest box just in time, I took a walk around the fields and woods. Autumnal colours and views to the towers of Southend five or six miles away.
Sitting on a log by the footpath on the south side of Hockley woods, the only sounds were from the breeze in the trees and the woodland birds. I fancied I saw a sparrowhawk high up.
Photos from last evening’s walk around the north-west end of Hockley Parish
Just a few photos from my evening stroll at harvest time. Views over the Crouch Estuary and around little-known parts of Hockley. The Parish Council has worked hard to maintain our public footpaths.
Views from the cliffs at Leigh on Sea with oil refineries, Hadleigh Castle and Kent in the distance. Bracing walk and breezy today considering it’s June.
Sunshine would have been nice but…
Spring must be here. The daffodils are blooming, white blossom is prominent, the birds are singing, and the ice cream van is blaring out “The Teddy Bears’ Picnic”.