Richard Bell's Wild West Yorkshire nature diary
A Breeze in Batley
Wednesday, 25th April, 2007
24°C, cumulus heading north, but the breeze at ground level appears
to be coming from the opposite direction – I think this is just
turblulence in this corner behind the Yorkshire Mill,
Batley, because the trees on the embankment, some of which are still without
their leaves, are swaying as if blown from the south.
cast iron pillar is a feature of this old textile mill.
The Danish Pastry was to have been in watercolour but
I couldn’t resist eating it before I got to that stage.