Monday, 18 May 2020
The Green, Green Fields But With A Sting In The Tail
Walking by the green fields of Cornwall.
I believe the cows above are Welsh Blacks, which are closely related to the now extinct Cornish Blacks.
The farmer was ploughing his fields, which was a treat for the seagulls as they had food virtually on tap.
More seagulls were waiting for their turn at the buffet.
A reminder of the once profitable china clay industry in Cornwall. Some of the fields nearby have now become a solar energy farm.
Wandering on some beautiful horses ...
… and a yellow field.
Not that the horses seem to mind what colour the fields are as, long as they are tasty.
More fields, some recently ploughed, but there is unfortunately a sting in the tail ..
… the remnants of a sign stating 'Another Green Field Set to Disappear!' So yet more local green fields will be lost for housing and even more housing.
Just along the road from the sign above the Higher Trewhiddle Estate is already being built. See my post: Large New Development at Higher Trewhiddle, Cornwall Is On It's Way
Something a little different today. The photo above is of Pentewan, Cornwall showing part of the harbour, circa 1900. So, over one hundre...