When we returned from visiting Robin Hood’s Bay in North Yorkshire, we had barely 24 hours to wash the terry nappies and repack our bags ready to visit our friends in Hereford, South West England. It had been several months since we last saw each other, so it was a lovely weekend of catching up. Our toddlers played together very well, and we visited the local city of Worcester and my favourite book town Hay-on-Wye.
Notice how I am posting lots of water feature photographs? Whenever we go away for a holiday or short break, I only feel truly rested if I visit the local river or seaside. I feel an affinity with water, and it always calms me and rejuvenates my spirit when I feel run down. These photos were taken at the river Wye on the borders between Herefordshire and Wales.
I loved how the sky and clouds reflected in the still water of the river, and we could gaze across the landscape at the rolling hills beyond without any blight from invasion of humans, save the occasional farm house or country road. This particular spot was at a country pub we stopped at for dinner, and a delicious meal it was too!
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