Ewes with the lambs were photographed by Anthony J Sargeant in the field next to his Shropshire home (2nd April 2017). The weather was glorious – a typical English Spring day, not hot, but breezy and sunny with glorious blue skies and the trees not yet in leaf although the buds are starting to swell. The sort of day that Robert Browning must have yearned when he wrote ‘Home thoughts from abroad’ – “Oh to be in England, now that April’s there”
Many people regard dandelions as a weed but Anthony Sargeant likes them – this is the first he has seen this Spring. It was photographed in the hedgerow bounding his Shropshire, England home yesterday 30th March 2017.
Honours Board in the School hall listing School Captains since 1930. Anthony Sargeant, Tony, remembers the sign-writer coming once a year to update this via Haberdashers’ Aske’s Hatcham Boys’ School – School Captains — tonysargeantshropshire
Spring has arrived in England and the primroses are blooming all over the garden and in the hedgerows. Anthony Sargeant, Tony, took this photograph late in the afternoon of the 30th March 2017 in the garden of his Shropshire Home.
Sensational evening sky photographed from the garden of the Shropshire (UK) home of Tony Sargeant a few weeks ago. The old Oak tree silhouetted against the evening sky is part of an ancient hedgerow separating two fields where sheep graze.