My Sunday Photo / Silent Sunday November 2, 2014 In Days out On the farm Photography Share and tell others about this post:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)MoreClick to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading...Days outMy Sunday Photoon the farmSilent sunday 0 Prev PostA month of firsts – October November 1, 2014 Next PostProject 365 – photo a day week 44 November 2, 2014 Related Posts Where to visit sunflower fields in the UK August 12, 2021 The latest art and sculpture trails around the UK August 4, 2021 Exploring Abbey Gardens Abingdon July 18, 2021 20 Comments Colette B 7 years ago I’d love to have a good run through that like we did when we were kids 😉 (Not sure the farmer would be pleased like) #MySundayPhoto Sam 7 years ago What a great photo! You must really notice the seasons as they change xx bubbablue Post Author 7 years ago Yep, everything’s such a cycle, although I am a bit removed (and have loss of memory at some points of year – now N tells me more about what’s going on if I get it wrong!). This wasn’t ours, it was at Hatton and their maize maze. Merlinda Little (@pixiedusk) 7 years ago I can see a cycle in here! Changes. #mysundayphoto HelpfulMum 7 years ago Love the lines in this picture. I bet it looked so much different a few weeks ago! bubbablue Post Author 7 years ago This was the maize maze at Hatton. When we went away in October, the maize was pretty much over then too. Ours had been harvested ages ago, but I suppose for the maze they planted it later. Coombemill 7 years ago Looking like a great crop, all ready to start again for another year bubbablue Post Author 7 years ago Yep, although not ours. We’d be horrified at leaving some to waste and not having drilled and sowed next years crop yet! This was at Hatton and their maize maze. OneDad3Girls 7 years ago This photo is full of autumn,love itThank you for linking up Kim Carberry 7 years ago A very autumnal photo….Fantastic x Lisa from Lisa's Life 7 years ago Lovely layers of field and trees. Must be harvest time soon 🙂 Notmyyearoff 7 years ago Is that a post harvest pic before the ground is prepped again? Very seasonal 🙂 bubbablue Post Author 7 years ago It’s a maize maze at Hatton. I’m presuming they do cut it back before re-seeding. N was gutted it only opened til September so he missed it. Jaime Oliver 7 years ago wow love this Emma, is your field? .. i love this time of year x bubbablue Post Author 7 years ago Not ours no. All our maize gets harvested. This was the maize maze at Hatton Adventure World. N wanted to go in, but it closes in September. Louise 7 years ago Lovely autumnal photo 🙂 The Reading Residence 7 years ago Great shot. The textures of the cornfield really come through. bubbablue Post Author 7 years ago I was struggling to decide between this one and a close up one just of the maize. But I liked the lines and extra interest of the trees in this one Sarah MumofThree World 7 years ago Love this photo. Love the contrast and the similarity between the foreground and the trees in the background. bubbablue Post Author 7 years ago That’s what I really liked too – the lines seem so precise as well.