Tag Archives: Rampton

Fen Landscape – Rampton

Late afternoon walk out along Cow Lane yesterday. A dozen young bullocks at a water trough. Pheasants running for cover. Ripening blackberries. An uncut field of a mysterious grass-like crop. Joggers and cyclists; and cars raising dust along the newly … Continue reading

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Fen Landscape – Rampton 2

Forty minutes sitting in the car on Cow Lane, Rampton, yesterday waiting for the rain to stop drumming on the roof.  The clearing sky over Cottenham crept towards us with patience-testing slowness.  The eventual rewards: a good walk, a spectacular … Continue reading

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Fen Landscape, Rampton

After a wet October and some miserable days in early November, Friday 13th shed its triskaidekaphobia image – bright and clear it was late autumn at its best. We walked Cow Lane from Rampton towards Willingham. I photographed again the … Continue reading

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Covid 19 Day 61 22nd May

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Covid 19 Day 52 13th May

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Covid 19 Day 48 9th May

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Covid 19 Day 47 8th May

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Cow Lane

Walking in the sun yesterday morning.  Cow Lane, Rampton: straight lines to Willingham through wide fen fields; a drove, not the rolling English road made by the rolling English drunkard.  Why Cow Lane?  There’s not much livestock in the fens … Continue reading

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