Wednesday 16 September 2020

The Lincolnshire Countryside (2) Another walk in the Wolds.

 We're still avoiding populated areas so Suzi gets another walk 

 along the Lincolnshire lanes.

Harvesting is in full swing, perhaps a bit late, but this field has been cleared.

Hawthorn Berries.

A farm sale, sadly.

View from the top of the Lincolnshire Wolds, seen in the distance is the 
Humber Estuary with wind turbines visible on both banks of the Humber.
(Best to view this pic large, if you can).

Another pic to view large, harvested fields with Balers in action in the distance.

Inquisitive "local".

The former Gatehouse in Grainsby Park.

A bit of bark texture on a mature tree.

Olympus EM10 Mk2 + 14-42 EZ Mzuiko.


  1. The photos all look extra wonderful on a large screen - a pleasure to view. Love the panoramic photo. Look forward to Suzi's next walk!

    1. As long as we have a dog we'll always be going for walks. Even if we don't really feel like one 😯 Thanks Mike.

  2. I agree with Mike that these images full screen are excellent. It is a beautiful countryside, very serene looking. I love the early autumn just before the harvest. And a wood fence is always delightful.

    1. These places are just a few miles away, we live on the edge of Cleethorpes so can be out into the countryside in a few minutes.
      Thank you Ann.