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9th Mar 2005, 12:21   | tags:,,

crickson says:

I love the second one.

9th Mar 2005, 12:22

iwanttobeacowboy says:

these are absolutely lovely... I am now melancholic and need to lie down..

9th Mar 2005, 12:33

Joe says:

crikey...these are so emotive!

9th Mar 2005, 13:01

Helen says:

My favourite's the first one, with all the trees in the background being strangled by the ivy...beautiful. But sad.

9th Mar 2005, 13:03

FakeID says:

I love the second pic. It kinda sums up how i feel about British weather at the moment - dull and grey but praying for the sun.

9th Mar 2005, 13:28

neel says:

Ideal cover for a depressing indie album.

9th Mar 2005, 13:30

alfie says:

lovely!? Are you people mad? Those are the most singularly depressing shots I've seen in ages!!

9th Mar 2005, 17:26

mat says:

Cycle of nature, innit. Give it a couple of months, and that whole field will teeming with life. You don't really get the sense of new life blooming all around in the photos, but the whole area is kicking off - much scurrying of animals in the wood, little green shoots on all the trees and so on.

The reason there is a narrow strip of sunflowers and maize down the side of the field is a government initiative to improve biodiversity - these plants aren't harvested or managed, but they provide valuable habitats and food sources for wildlife. Damn good idea, I thought.

9th Mar 2005, 17:38

Shoes says:

support organic farming wherever poss, that helps biodiversity too :)

13th Mar 2005, 01:02

karenthecroccy says:

these are really beautiful.

22nd Oct 2006, 21:10