Today’s image sees me back on top of Ivinghoe Beacon to check-out a field I have viewed and photographed twice before. The first image, click here, was taken in June of last year when the field was a wash of green. The second visit – click here – was in early September by which time the field had been already harvested and ploughed and was at that stage almost monochromatic and presumably scheduled for re-seeding that autumn.
We returned again in May this year to find the vestigial trees that populated the fence line still in blossom, adding a subtle white tone to the rather different green tone from the previous year. My next task will be to try and capture this year’s crop when it is golden and ready for harvest.