Monday, 25 April 2016

Scenes from a Cycle Ride

Scenes from my Sunday cycle ride. 
The sun shone occasionally although eventually clouding over, but there was a keen Northerly wind.

Daffodils can be found along the roadside just about anywhere.


Much of the land has been sowed for Spring and Summer crops.


Wood Anemones are still showing quite well.


Young Barley.





Another wood with a good showing of bluebells.



Harvested Conifer trees.








Barley leaves.


A really nice display of Primroses found in a copse alongside a road.




I found a few pink Anemones.


The yellow Rapeseed flowers are in abundance now.



NB. All images were shot with a Sony RX100.


28 comments:

  1. Hey Roy... What a fabulous post of scenery,and blooms. The pink Anemones is so lovely, but the color in all those photos of flowers are lovely too.
    Have any problems bike riding lately. ;)

    Grace

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    1. Thanks GG. No problems on this occasion.

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  2. What a really nice country bike ride! I can hardly believe the Blubells in the woods!

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  3. You took the scenic route! Wonderful shots so full of the colors and textures of spring.

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  4. Beautiful photos Roy and it looks like it was a good cycle despite the current frigid northerlies which are sweeping across the country :-)

    That Sony camera certainly produces some lovely colours, especially as regards the wildflowers. The first shot of the Wood Anemones with the bluebells behind is stunning.

    Interesting looking church as well, the community which it serves much have been very wealthy at one point to afford such a grand building!

    Hope you are well :-)

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    1. Thanks David, yes it would have been a wealthy area. Still is by modern standards.{:))
      The Sony RX100 is the original Mk 1. The Mk 4 must be pretty good now.

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  5. heerlijk zoals alles weer ontluikt.

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  6. Aivan ihanat pyöräilymaisemat. Siellä on niin kaunista nyt. Terveisiä täältä kylmästä:-)

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    1. Kiitos Anne.
      Pitäisi olla lämpimämpää täällä

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  7. Beautiful countryside and flowers, Roy!

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  8. A lovely route. I did enjoy seeing the spring countryside around where you are.

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  9. Glorious countryside you have around you Roy. Love the Bleubells.

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    1. Thanks Margaret, wish it was a bit warmer though.{:))

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  10. What a lovely ride past all the Bluebells, Wood Anemones are at their best now, especially like the pink ones.
    Amanda xx

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    1. Thanks Amanda. Yes the pink is unusual.

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  11. Looks really pretty and I love those bluebell woods!

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  12. You made a lovely ride Roy, completely spring overall. The bluebells are gorgeous, so nice. Britains nature is so beautiful!

    Kind regards,
    Marianne

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  13. Lovely pictures of the Bluebells, the Anemones, the Stitchwort and the Primroses covering the woodland floor. I like seeing daffodils along the roadside, both the wild and the hybrids.

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    1. Thanks Lyn. Yes its nice to see wild Daffs.

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  14. Nice rural pictures :-)
    The flowers have also nicely varied in the picture.

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