Bartlow, Cambs., May 2021

The pleasures of walking from Bartlow on Wednesday:  fresh air and quiet; rolling countryside (I spend too much time on the Fen edge); patterns of light and shade drifting across the landscape; fresh spring green oak and beech and hawthorn in scanted flower; cow parsley, green alkanet, white campion, and humble dandelion; chiffchaff, willow warbler and skylark; and a kite soaring on angled wings and buzzards displaying over the Romano-British burial mounds. Good company, too.

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