Beacon Hill is one of the highest points in Leicestershire and is just a few miles from Loughborough. It has excellent views out to Nottingham, Derby and the Peak district Hills. A lunchtime picnic and walk in June allowed me to take this series of images.
A collage of some long-horned cattle to finish with. As you may have read on Monday's link animals are kept up here to control the grass and undergrowth. Nearby is a farm that breeds and sells these cattle and currently they are in an enclosed area at the top of the hill.
They are very docile and are no bother at all. I might add that their meat is very tasty and the burgers from the farm, made with these cattle, are delicious, all meat and no fat.
I call the image top right "Guardian of the Rock".
Here is another image for "Boat Friday"
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