Wednesday, 29 May 2019

Lincolnshire Wolds in May.

Some recent images taken on different days in the Lincolnshire Wolds.

Evening sun at Grainsby Park.

Grainsby Park, same evening.

Different evening,  Setting sun on the fishing lake.

River Ludd as it passes through Hubbards Hills, Louth.

"May Blossom",  (Hawthorn).

Rapeseed  on the Wolds.  Rapeseed is a popular crop throughout Lincolnshire
and adds colour to the landscape during the month of May.

The next few images show the rolling nature of The Wolds and also the chalky soil.

Campion growing along the edges of the fields.

A typical scene across The Lincolnshire Wolds at this time of the year.

Olympus EM10 Mk2 + 14-42 EZ Mzuiko.


  1. The variety in the landscape is amazing and you’ve done a fantastic job of capturing it all. I particularly love the composition of the last 2 shots though all are beautiful. It looks as if your springtime is beautiful. Here in the Midwest US we have had more rain in May than ever, setting a 134 year record. Although it looks green, there are bad floods and many ruined crops.

  2. Thank you Ann, we've had a really good Spring. A bit windy but lovely blue skies

  3. Beautiful scenery, David. Love the evening photos.

    1. Thanks Mike, the evening shot at the fishing lake was one of those "right time right place"moments & I felt lucky that I had my camera in the car. Would you believe it, the next night the light was identical!