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Thats a well-kept lawn Glen.
So to say an " english Lawn" :D
 

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Thats a well-kept lawn Glen.
So to say an " english Lawn" :D
:) If one was being pedantic I should have said that I was actually pushing a lawn mower over some green plant life that was about 10% grass and 90% weeds and moss. In the pictures and from a distance (sub orbital) it doesn't look too bad.
 

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German (and US) lawns seem to have longer grasss than UK ones - must be related to the type of grass used. Most of the pictures show the grass as being a coarser variety. UK grass seems to be thinner.

Here is a view across the Forth Valley from earlier.

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Seat in a new (temporary) position so a different view. Was actually quite chilly but it was still nice to have a little time to enjoy the view. The sparrowhawk also sat on the fence at the left for a short time but went as I tried to take a picture.

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