Tag Archives: Ivinghoe Beacon

One from three

I’m not usually someone who likes to include people in images taken of the great outdoors. But there are always exceptions. People sometimes provide a sense of scale – important in mountainous country when the vastness of the landscape can … Continue reading

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A green and pleasant land

Last week we were back on Ivinghoe Beacon – one of our favourite places. The Beacon is a high point on the edge of the Chiltern Hills with the land spread out around and below us. There’s one particular field … Continue reading

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That Field – Again

Regular visitors and subscribers to this blog will know that there is a certain field that has featured on four previous occasions as I have watched it change with the seasons. The most recent post was in July of this … Continue reading

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Golden Field – in Black and White

For those of you who are subscribers or regular readers, the title will make some sense. For the rest of you, you might like to view the previous post that was called ‘Golden Field’ (click on the link). My good … Continue reading

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Golden Field

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 … Continue reading

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Flight Schools

Part of today’s post comes from Ivinghoe Beacon, which featured in my last post – ‘At the Third Visit’. For more information on the Beacon, click on the link above to read the Wikipedia entry. Situated on the edge of … Continue reading

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At the Third Visit

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 … Continue reading

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