I was lucky with the weather this morning - we had some sunshine!
The tree at the corner. One day I'll need to take a closer look and check what kind of tree it is. I suspect it may be an ash tree as the leaves are still to develop fully and ash trees are usually very late to come into leaf. This week we have cows in the top left field.
Interesting old gate post.
Sunlit poppy and farm buildings.
Wheeeeee, down the hill!
Green fields, in one of them a blue tractor is mowing the grass.
Tree silhouette, I like the clouds at its base.
The cold winds we had in May turned the leaves brown on the windward side of many trees. Only the far right of the tree above is green as it should be.
I liked the ring of purple rhododendrons encircling this little woodland.
A not very good photo of some ox eye daisies.
Pretty farm house, lovely trees silhoutted on the hill behind with some dramatic clouds appearing over the brow of the hill, pylon lines above.
Up onto the hills.
I managed to catch some rabbits, usually they're away by the time I get my camera out.
More upland views with scudding clouds.
The sign is rather apt for this wee furry pony.
Still loving the clouds (though they do later bring rain which we've had quite enough of here recently thank you very much!)
Cows and the dead tree, brown tinged trees behind.
Sheep in the fields beside the curve.
A longer trip today than I have been doing recently. I can feel it now in my thighs, knees and bum! But it was a lovely morning for a bike ride and I felt it necessary to try and work off some of the birthday cake I have eaten too much of recently, more on this later...