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Your great days out in pic­tures.

STONE TROVE

By: Dave Ma­son Where: Box Free­stone Mine, Wilt­shire “Lime­stone was hauled to the sur­face from this 38m tall Cathe­dral Cham­ber. The mine has over 90km of pas­sages and has been worked since the Ro­man era, peak­ing in the 1800s and stop­ping in 1968.”

SSSPIKY STEM

By: Phil Cook Where: RSPB Pul­bor­ough Brooks, Sus­sex “These adders were bask­ing in the sun on a very un­com­fort­able-look­ing bram­ble.”

FROG FANCY

By: Kris Grif­fin Where: Hab­ber­ley, Worces­ter­shire “Of the 14 pairs of frogs mat­ing in my gar­den on the 23 Fe­bru­ary, this pair was the most pho­to­genic.”

STOP FOR A CHAT

By: Nigel Hod­son Where: Brean Sands, Som­er­set “I spot­ted this male stonechat perch­ing on a this­tle head at Brean Sands.”

COM­ING DOWN THE MOUN­TAIN

By: Mel Gar­side Where: Yr Aran Moun­tain, Snow­do­nia “This was taken on a walk in the first week of March as we came back down from Yr Aran in Snow­do­nia.”

RAVEN’S DO­MAIN

By: Ken Lewis Where: North Stack, An­gle­sey “I took this shot of a raven on the coastal path to North Stack. The walk starts from the Holy­head Breake­wa­ter Re­serve, An­gle­sey.”

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