Friday, 15 September 2017

Into Autumn.. commuting, cutting, conkers...



Mid September and early Autumn,
Not many mornings left to be commuting into work in short sleeves, Cooler in the mornings and evenings.  Wednesday it rained all day!, Tuesday and Thursday were nice and i enjoyed nice commutes to work...

I love commuting by bike, you feel wide awake and fully switched on and ready for the day, and you unwind as you cycle home, all the while feeling and seeing the seasons and weather changing throughout the year...




Tuesday we cracked on with the mowing...


And strimming...



Cycling home and combines were out, still the odd field to harvest...


Thursday dawned with a clearing sky and i had an amazing sunrise as i peddled along to work....


Not be long until the Geese return, grazing these fields by day and returning to Aberlady Bay in the evenings, always an amazing spectacle...



Some trees are already on the turn, esp Horse Chestnuts...

 Check out the size of these conkers!, going to be a good year for them..



An office view as finishing up mowing...


Home and only seen one distant dust plume from a harvester...



Here is a field of Oats, not  many of these here,  wonder if for horse feed?...


Big sky county...


Home and prepped both bikes for Saturday,  + wheels on for some trails across Coldingham Moor with Craig and anyone else who turns up, a long but rewarding days ride...


More soon...

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