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Spring is upon us and it feels good. It is also that the farmers work their fields. A lot of plowing going on. Here the potatoes are planted. And here are the…

Today’s main focus was a redundant church I planned to photograph near Colchester, but I took a small detour to Flatford while I was out and about to shoot with…

It’s been an exciting spring at Hatfield Forest, with some new additions to our flock of Hebridean sheep. This is the first time our ranger Ian has bred from…

I often see this type of farming equipment working in many of the farms around me. This equipment waters the vast acreage of crops that are being grown at the…

To increase wheat harvests during the Napoleonic wars, farmers were paid a yearly subsidy to have a limekiln on their land. Limestone was burnt in the kiln to…

Behind our back yard there is a large farm land. Every other year the farmer plants corn or beans. This year was the corn's turn. These are not your edible…

[28-365] 2nd September 2020- Lime Kilns were once an important part of the everyday Devon scene, they were scattered around the coast and although most of them…

September is fast approaching. The harvest is either mostly in or flattened by the weather. The shadows are getting longer and it is noticeably cooler. Let's…

These bikes were brought some two years ago and they've covered more miles on the bike rack than used but that all changed when we all got grounded by Covid19…

[2-365] 7th August 2020- My daily walk got me this shot as the local landscape changes seasonally according to what the farmers are up to. Very warm and sultry…

After last week’s scorching visit to Hatfield Forest, today brought altogether more blustery conditions. I spent most of the morning wandering the quieter…

I pedalled out of the village on my bicycle again today, this time heading towards Ugley. I decided to explore a narrow lane that was new to me - a dead end I’d…

Over the weekend I finally dug my bicycle out of the garage and we pumped up the tyres. It was blowing a hoolie at the time, so it went straight back in the…

I’ve been following our village Facebook page recently as one of our local farmers has shared photos of the lambs being born to his flock of sheep. About a week…

It’s that time of year when livestock come back out into their pastures. In our village one of the fields is now occupied by a herd of cattle, so I walked down…

Week 9: Extreme Contrast This photo was taken of a freshly planted and prepared white asparagus field at sunset. White asparagus is a delicacy available only…
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