Bluebell woods above Mordiford Worth the climb to see a riot of bluebells and wood anemonies.
Bluebells on the Malvern Hills Every spring this hillside just turns blue. Later in the year the bracken grows through the bulebell plants providing the shade they prefer to flourish.
|Title||River Avon at Bredon Looking downstream, with the M5 bridge in the distance.|
|Photo's author||Trevor Rickard User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||23 Apr 2007 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
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River Avon at Bredon Looking downstream, with the M5 bridge in the distance.
Flying boat, Bredon Dock The high flood of July, 2007, has left this boat, the 'Vino Calypso' precariously balancing on poles several feet above the river.
Stranded by the flood, Bredon Dock This boat, the 'Vino Calypso' has been left precariously balancing on poles high above the river after the flood of July 2007.
Victims of the flood, Bredon Dock This image reflects the consequences of the July 2007 flood on boats moored at Bredon Dock, some were unaffected, some have been lifted clear of the river and left hi…
Photo at 52° 2′ 1.53″ N 2° 7′ 1.88″ W
After the flood, Bredon Dock Many boats at Bredon Dock have been lifted and deposited by floodwater on dry land, high above the River Avon. The spire of Bredon church can be seen in the background.
The River Avon at Bredon
A flooded Twyning Meadow A flooded river Avon and Twyning Meadow viewed from Bredon Dock. In the middle distance, crossing the flooded meadow is the M5 and on the horizon, Hillend at Twyning.
River Avon at Bredon View looks upstream.
River Avon at Bredon Looking upstream.
Bredon Church and Twyning Meadow Normally in August the hay in Twyning Meadow has been harvested and the grass is short, however, after two summer floods this year the farmers have been unable to make…