Join me on a walk in the Yorkshire Wolds. Big skies and crows’ nests today.
A field in the Yorkshire Wolds I’ve always wanted to keep a record of the changes to be observed in a field as the crop grows. And this year I’m going to do it! I pass this field regularly on my walks in the locality. The plan is to take a photograph every couple of…… Continue reading Diary of a field 2nd update
This time we’re in the Yorkshire Wolds. These photos are from late April in 2016. We combined a walk at Helperthorpe Wold with a visit to the gardens at Sledmere. It must have been warmer in 2016 as the oil seed rape was in full bloom. Yesterday, we woke to a covering of snow and…… Continue reading Walking in the Wolds again
If you enjoyed my lichen walk a couple of weeks ago, I think you’ll like this post too. When I stopped to take the second photograph for my diary of a field, I noticed a fallen tree trunk which is screened by the remains of a hedge and the undergrowth of the verge. It’s obviously…… Continue reading Walking in the Wolds
This was a walk at Troutsdale in 2009. If you’re driving on the A170 towards Scarborough and you arrive at a village called Snainton, look for a turning on the left signed “Troutsdale” and enjoy a really great drive. The road is narrow in places and at one point almost passes through a farm yard…… Continue reading Troutsdale 2009
This was a walk round Scarborough in 2008 ending up at the harbour.
I went for a walk along this track a couple of days ago. It’s about a ten minute walk from our front door so well within the rules for exercise in the current lockdown situation. I’ve been taking photos on my phone for the last couple of years but thought I’d try out my Canon…… Continue reading Walking in the Wolds
This is a walk at the South Bay, Bridlington in November 2008.
We’re visiting Rievaulx Terrace in North Yorkshire. These photos are from a visit we made there in April 2009. Rievaulx terrace is a National Trust property which is described as one of Yorkshire’s finest 18th-century landscape gardens, containing two temples. Rievaulx Terrace, the 18th Century neo-classical pleasure garden created for walking, lunching and relaxing, has…… Continue reading Rievaulx Terrace April 2009