This week has been a whirlwind with some happy and sad moments along the way, so thank goodness I now have regular walks along the Fen with Tia, passing the time of day with other regular walkers and able to just have that moment where I can openly sigh and move on to the next thing. So my five for this Friday that I am sharing with Amy at Love Made My Home's Five on Friday, starts with my favourite capture of the week. The last field of wheat that I can see around here with the gorgeous red of the fluttering poppy. Its petals will soon flutter away like a butterfly's wings leaving behind the pretty seed head to scatter around the harvested field..
My second moment was to smile at the discarded buckets from the farm workers. Just waiting for the next morning when they will be back to pick the budding gladioli. This particular field's blooms are a lot later than its neighbours - and no portaloo/potty here! (If you are wondering what on earth I am talking about, you can see what I mean here)
The third moment was to look up and see these little rainbows outlining the clouds as the sun prepared to set again. Beautiful jewels in the sky to stand for a moment and stare.
The horses were having their own family moment shading under one of the trees across the river bank. They weren't there for long but I was so glad that I managed to capture them before they went back to their stables.
My fifth moment had me chuckling to myself. The large mound of branches, foliage and other discarded material probably being collected for a good bonfire, maybe for Guy Fawkes Night. Don't hang about little sheep, there may be a BBQ!!
So that's my five this week. The weekend will be filled with a trip to James Herriot Country which I hope to share with you next week. I can't wait to see all the autumnal colours in Yorkshire!
Until then, have a wonderful weekend and week and...
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