We were back on Ivinghoe Beacon again a few days ago and as I promised you in ‘At the Third Visit’ I photographed a field for what is now the fourth time. This time it was nearly golden (as I had hoped) – but not completely ripe for harvest. But by the time we get an opportunity to visit it again I suspect it will be after harvest time. I also had a chance to identify the crop – wheat.
If you view ‘At the Third Visit’ (click the link above) then you can track back through the previous visits. I realize that previously I haven’t shown you a wider view so that you can see how this one smallish field fits into the overall landscape. So, I’m putting that omission right by showing you a wider view below. This looks roughly West towards a town called Tring. I’ll be back there again, maybe in winter.