The Between Land

28th September isn’t yet autumn, but nor is it summer, it’s a between-time. And likewise, our walk this day is through a between-land, through the softly undulating plateau between rivers Yare and Bure, through agricultural land, and through woodland. Come join me…

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With few flowers left and the trees not yet turning, it’s the land that provides most of the colour

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We prefer farm tracks and footpaths, but occasionally we have to walk a country lane (and beware of meeting tractors)

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Looking back as we leave the road and walk through a small woodland instead

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The way-marker ahead gives us a choice of routes. We’re turning left

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Sometimes we find a bench conveniently placed

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And sometimes we find obsolete gates. This little road serves the church at North Burlingham

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You might think the land is flat, but this lane proves otherwise. Down we go… and up again

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28th Sept 2021 

Back to where we started with the rolling farmland between Yare & Bure, between Acle and Hemblington… one of my favourite walk.

See Tuesday Treats for the details of what we saw along the way

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19 Responses to The Between Land

  1. Sadje says:

    A serene landscape.

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  2. Dale says:

    Well, technically, the 28th is officially in autumn but I agree with you. It doesn’t yet feel like it and it no longer feels like summer.
    Your pictures are beautiful!

    Like

  3. Frank says:

    I see why you like this walk so much, beautiful indeed

    Like

  4. Nope, Not Pam says:

    I love the rural setting, you’ve captured its beauty magnificently

    Liked by 1 person

  5. Beautiful snaps Crispina!

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