Posted on November 2, 2021
These images show the changes in a field of maize situated between the derelict barn at the top of the village and Wood Hill Clump looking roughly southwest in the village of Charlton Down in Dorset from June to October 2021. Every time I pass the spot it looks different, depending not only the way the crop is growing but also the on the effect of different times of day and varying weather and light conditions. Always in transition.
Posted on August 10, 2021
Pictures from a walk in the rain around the village last week, showing how fast the maize is growing in some of the fields, with the corncobs developing well. Difficult to get good shots with the lens getting wet and having to dry it constantly, but the rain did ease off now and again, and I did enjoy myself even if I got soaked.