Due to weather conditions and various committments I missed the Wheat Harvest on my local walk areas this year. However, I went to a Cerne Abbas which is a Dorset village about 7 miles from where I live this last week. This was mainly for one of those photo shoots that could provide something/anything in nature that would be of interest. I normally go there for butterflies, but as that was less likely on this occasion, I didn't know what I would find.
Walking through the woodland area I could hear the sound of a Combine Harvester working in the fields next to the woodland. So my luck was in this in this time. In a long valley outside the woodland I was able to take the following images.
Due to the inclement weather that we have experienced over the last month or two, the wheat would not be of a good enough standard for bread manufacture this year. It would be used for animal feed instead.
Walking through the Woodland area I shot some of these magnificent trees.