GevCham on the Heath
Tuesday 29th December 2020
More wine on the heath - this time good old Rossignol Trapet Gevrey Chambertin.
London December 2020
The barrow. It was a bit busy when I arrived so I decided to go for a bit of exploration in the woods instead.
A fallen tree, which I think I've photographed before.
A tree I had sat at the base of once before, and had previously offered a sense of being away from it all. Today though somehow there seemed to be more people around, and it didn't have quite the same feeling of isolation.
So I wandered on. Interesting fungus here.
Leftover from some druid activity?
I wonder what these posts are for?
A different view of the barrow.
Eventually I got back to the barrow and it had quietened down a bit.
So I sat down and got my Gevrey Chambertin out.
This is squandering it a bit really - it really needs decanting.
I sat until it got dark, when eventually I found the peace and quiet I was looking for.
The London skyline from Parliament Hill as I was heading home.
I seemed to have picked up a splinter somehow, got it out with a needle, and checked using this little smartphone microscope attachment that it was gone afterwards.