Year of the Rooster
Teasel in the Clumps
Taken on a really rather beautiful wedding day, the view over Oxfordshire was pretty breathtaking. The Ancient English knew it was special and beautiful, and somehow it's managed to remain that way. Possibly the reason for this is that they decided to name it as if it were a particularly debilitating disease that afflicted sheep, as a cunning wheeze to keep tourists away. If ever you wish to keep a place of beauty away from the public eye, I suggest naming it Wittenham Clumps.