There was an early mist over the fields but the sun was soon burning through.
Spiders had been busy constructing their webs in the fields.
I photographed this thatched cottage back in January when
there was frost and a little snow around.
The red garage doors are inscribed "Melbourn Fire Engine",
it was built in 1862 to house the firefighting equipment for the villages of
Melbourn and Meldreth.
I made my way to Stockbridge Meadows.
There were dozens of rabbits grazing,
though none were willing to have their photos taken.
A Muntjac Deer was only slightly more bold.
Delicate webs on the Teasels.
This is usually a busy road,
though not as busy as it was before the village was by-passed.
It was already getting warmer
so I walked through the wood in the shade.
The roadside verges are growing luxuriantly.
A crop that's turning gold and some fieldside poppies.
That midsummer feeling.
The distant row of poplars give a Provençal feel to a Cambridgeshire field.
It's just half-past eight
and already the bees and other insects are collecting nectar
from these poppies growing alongside the railway.
Look closely and see how many insects you can find!