Calystegia sepium. ( Bindweed). I shot this on the border of the villages of Cudworth and Lundwood in South Yorkshire. I was actually looking for Cudworth Railway Station but locals told me it was closed and demolished years ago by a total complete vandal. Saxons are thought to have given the names to the two villages. "Lund" is said to be a Saxon word for wood. ,,,so Lundwood really means woodwood.. There are a number of theories about the name of Cudworth. Some say a Saxon warrior called Cuther set up a village or "worth" and it was named Cuther's Worth. Others say it was originally called Godworth.