We had to hurry down the path as a Curlew was frantically giving it’s alarm call from a nearby stone wall – I presume there were young birds in the uncut grass.
It seemed to me that the green was making a bid to takeover the blue – or maybe some integration going on. (I suppose I could suggest the red is just on the sideline in this particular discussion.)
(I’m a bit bored this morning, doing the chores……. let’s be honest, I’m messing about when I should be doing the chores! ;))
Looking back from the reverse direction of the previous pictures. Despite its appearance, the path is extremely wet and boggy in places – high heels or open-toed sandals would be a mistake!
Just the place for a hot summer’s day (and a good book).
Toddlers could have a great time playing ‘What’s the time Mr. Wolf’ along this stretch, the seedheads of Dandelions seemed to be everywhere and just waiting to be plucked and ‘puffed’ on.
The field between the wall and barn had a large flock of Canada and Greylag Geese which wandered away from us as we walked towards them. There were also Oystercatchers and Curlew.
If it weren’t so cold, it would be worth taking one’s shoes and socks off and walking barefoot – or maybe that’s just what we should do………
Sometimes you see an opportunity and grab it – sometimes they work, sometimes they’re not quite there from a technical perspective. This is one – but it doesn’t stop my enjoyment of it!