Sunday Morning - early-ish, about 8.00am.
The sun already quite high in the sky,
and already very warm.
Purdy, in a hurry to get to her favourite place.
She takes no notice of the bullocks, they take no notice of her - just calmly
munching away on the dewy grass.
Organic pasture and organic, Silcocks Farm, cattle.
The Autumnal leaves positively glow in the hazy morning sunshine.
At the top of the field you can see for miles across
the Kentish Weald.
The landscape studded with the white cowls of oasthouses.
Blackberries still hang like jewels in the hedgerow.
and rosehips, shiny red against the
cloudless, vibrant blue sky
.........and then my camera battery ran out!!
The last hot, sunny day of our Indian Summer
and I could take no more pictures.....
We enjoyed the rest of our walk though, and
I came home with a bagful of
lovely, plump blackberries -
probably the last of the season.
They are now in the freezer, soon to be added
to Vodka and sugar,
to make a lovely liqueur
for the new year. Mm mm mmmm!!!