Morning Walk – summer

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View from bridleway towards campsite and smallholding

Some photos of our morning walk – not the sunniest of days, but still a lovely walk…..

Kainaat wants us to hurry up

Kainaat wants us to hurry up

Dogs on bridleway

Dogs on bridleway

Psyche comes with us too and has a rest while the other dogs rush round frantically

Psyche comes with us too and has a rest while the other dogs rush round frantically

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The heather is out

The heather is out

and the blackberries are ripening

and the blackberries are ripening

The heath and fields are just behind the site

The heath and fields are just behind the site

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morning walk cut corn

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4 responses to “Morning Walk – summer

  1. You’ll just have to come again then! I really enjoyed picking the blackberries in the afternoon. If it wasn’t raining right now, I might go and pick some more. xx

  2. Your patches of heather look like a lovely, vibrant, patchwork quilt! Our Bell heather has been out for a while too but now the Common Heather is coming into bloom. This is the one which changes the colour of our hillsides on Skye in August. Thanks for sharing your walk!
    Christine

    • I bet Skye looks glorious in August. We have a little patch of heather behind our site and some more heathland a short walk away, but the main heather in our part of Suffolk can be found at Dunwich – that is really spectacular. For me it epitomises summer.

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