Fields of Gold – My Sunday Photo for 5th August 2018
Living in the countryside for the last four years has turned us into the farming cycle. Without even seeing a combine harvester I knew that the harvest was starting this July. This field, looking south from the edge of the North York Moors, is one I pass a few times each week when out running my regular trails. I adore the view from here but this time I was tying my shoelace and glace to the right and saw what a great photo I could make.
The value of the crop in this field makes it like gold to farmers. So many have lost entire crops to fires during this heatwave so that make this crop even more precious.
Fields of gold indeed…
While you are here please check out my other posts from the past week:
- A visit to the National Coal Mining Museum for England
- Photos from July
- Happy Yorkshire Day 2018
- Throw Back Thursday: Out Time in Pisa
- Chorizo & Pancetta Pesto Pasta
- Making Blackberry Jam
2 thoughts on “My Sunday Photo: Fields of Gold”
The photograph is stunning! Yes, true gold!
Yes it has all been harvested here too and now we have fields of golden stubble