Mentioning in the last posting the flat, for some perhaps uninteresting fenland landscape of south Lincolnshire, I thought I’d post a few examples of what I mean.
Uninterrupted views and cloudless skies allow sunrises and sunsets like those at sea. But there are disadvantages. Wind has nothing to stop it and seems to blow continually… even on a calm day.
Once a very common site indeed, daffodil crops now seem to have made way for onions, potatoes and other goodies.
A wheat field shows traces of a previous crop. Where the horizon is as far as the eye can see, there is no hiding pylons and factories behind hills… it’s all there for the world to see.
Sheep, not often found in this very fertile area.
An abandoned house.