Sometimes when out walking you make wonderful or surprising discoveries simply by determining to go on a little further to see what is around the corner. This was not one of those times. I’d hoped that there was a fence or a gateway into another field which would eventually lead me to somewhere I recognized, and another little piece of the jigsaw of local fields would fall into place.
Unfortunately the undergrowth was so dense here I had to turn back until I could find a way through to where I knew I had to be. It was still an interesting walk and not entirely wasted (walks are never wasted) as I ended up with this small 6 x 8 inch painting.