Lammas Land, Shenstone by tinley23

Lammas Land, Shenstone

The Lammas land is an area of natural green space bounded by Bourne Brook, which runs along its northern side, and Footherly Brook on its Western side. It was originally “common land with grazing rites” and dates back to the middle ages when grazing was only permitted after the crops had been harvested – from Lammas Day (1st August) to Candlemas (1st February).

These reeds in Footherly Brook were quite mesmerising.
Super shot Lesley, I love the way the weeds in the water give movement and lift to this
April 29th, 2021  
Great patterns in the river weed.
April 29th, 2021  
Whoa! Those weeds look awesome in the water. Excellent shot! If you crop in to the shapes in the water you can get an awesome abstract - i guess
April 29th, 2021  
wow... such beauty
April 29th, 2021  
Sweeping green water plants....you can see the swirl of the currant...
April 29th, 2021  
Wovvv! Wonderful!
April 29th, 2021  
This is so beautiful!
April 29th, 2021  
What a beauty brook. Very clean water.
April 29th, 2021  
Great to see how the greens float. Well seen and captured.
April 29th, 2021  
there's definitely a spirit in that stream
April 29th, 2021  
i quite like bridges and rivers...i quite like this
April 29th, 2021  
That water looks wonderful with the reeds swaying through it. I can see why you were mesmerised, fav.
April 30th, 2021  
Great capture. All the green is eye-catching
May 1st, 2021  
Great sense of movement from the reeds
May 2nd, 2021  
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