Knee deep in wheat

…and nothing else. After reading John Lewis-Stempel’s “The Running Hare” (an environmentalist’s account of field restoration) I always keep a look and listen-out for wildlife in agricultural acreages. This one was devoid of wildflowers, no birds sang, a desultory crow flew over but one yellowhammer or possibly a bunting flew up before my oncoming footsteps. This rarish sight was meagre compensation for the empty ecosystem of the growing crop.

I love pathways of any sort and so am happy to have found the Which Way Challenge to join in with

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