That's almost it for now. The button below should take you to the spot on Eccup Lane where I stopped. A bright blue car can be seen in the spot where I parked my little black one.
Postscript: look again at the photo with which I opened this message is the best I could do today of a 'portrait' of the Hollin Court yew tree. I was amazed by what I learned about the yew from a recent Radio Four programme about the yew. It is a very unusual and mysterious species. The earliest churches were built alongside yew trees, symbols of eternal life. Yew trees never die, their reproduction is still not understood and they produce a substance that forms part of a life-giving drug (Paclitaxel) used to treat breast, ovarian and other cancers. I feel really chuffed to discover that at Hollin Court we have our own.
So there is another project for 2017 -- studying photographically the world created by that yew. I know that a little wren scurries about among the leaves and creepers on the floor during Spring and Summer.