The Calm Before….

According to the latest weather forecast this weekend is going to be a bit rough.  How rough is a question that can only be answered after the effect.  However, it has meant that the last two days have been beautiful English winter days and so what better way to start a new project  visiting the villages of Harborough District Council.  This is the third in the series: The first was Charnwood (Playground of the Midlands);  the second was in Melton Borough (almost complete)  and I called The Ironstone Benefice and this one I have decided to call Gartree Explored (even though much of Harborough District Council covers the Guthlaxton Hundred).  Today was down in the Welland valley taking in villages I have captured many times before.  However, with today’s weather it was still a delight.

About Guthlac

An artist, historian and middle aged man who'se aim in life is to try and enjoy as much of it as he can
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