Northern End Of The Rhombus Field

This is the northern end of the Rhombus field immediately before I let the cattle in last Tuesday. It looks lush enough to roll about in; I would too, if it wasn’t for the waterlogged ground it’s growing from. The drainage ditches crisscrossing this field make it easy to get water-filled wellies.

 

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Northern end of the Rhombus Field

 

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2 Responses to Northern End Of The Rhombus Field

  1. tootlepedal says:

    The old schoolteacher in me leads me to ask what role exactly are you thinking about playing in the field if it wasn’t so soggy…Hamlet? Estragon?

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  2. I was thinking of Estragon. How did you know?

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