The Changing Seasons 6

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[su_column size=”1/4″] May was a busy month for me and combined with some inclement weather and the remains of my virus, we saw little camera action. I had just two outings in addition to my weekly Monday Outlook photographs.

Read more in my photo blog but to summarise May:

  • The grass finally began to grow but not sufficiently
  • Wild flowers began to appear
  • The weather was occasionally good but mainly poor, remaining wet and cold and windy
  • Lambs appeared in greater numbers in the fields
  • The cattle were turned out towards the end of the month – changing the landscape completely

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2 Comments

  1. June 8, 2015
    Reply

    Wonderful shots. I prefer looking at the photos in your other blog and commenting in this one 🙂
    The theme here really cropped that mailbox photo! In the other blog it’s a nice photo wioth great DoF, while here the theme has cropped it so much that it’s not even the same photo at all. We’ve had a cold spring/ cold early summer too, but it seems to have been picking up now the last few days. Hopefully we’ll be able to enjoy a few warm and sunny days this summer! 😀

  2. June 9, 2015
    Reply

    lovely shots of the sheep and cows…and lucky you to live so close to such beautiful secenery

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