Well, we'll see about that.
We are in a spell of warming weather at the moment, so I was content to go slowly anyway, look at the animals, take in the smell from the buddleias I passed, the sound of the gentle lapping of the water and the wind in the brambles. I tasted my first blackberry of the year, it was ripe and sweet.
THe sun began to set while I was out, and the sky darkened, bronzing the clouds.
It was beautiful.
All text and images copyright CreamCrackeredNature 12.08.16
|This is the dominant species along the cycle track at the moment. Can't remember what it is!|
|It is lining the path everywhere|
|The road to Newark pier|
|The birds foot trefoil is very tall here|
|Carder bee comes in for a drink|
|More pink flowers|
|The blackberry near the centre was lovely|
|Horse friends on the lane|
|"No mule type thing, you drink, I've had enough"|
|Balderton and Claypole|
|Sleepy bee on lavender|
|These tall yellow flowers are near the nature reserve buddleias|