Cultivated fields at Rushmere I love a freshly ploughed or cultivated field. The furrows give so much form to the undulations of the land and are great to draw and paint. Also great feeding for Crows and Rooks.
Rushmere Pillbox Sitting next to the River Hundreds as viewed from the bridge at Rushmere, Suffolk. I have looked at this pillbox for many years and wondered why is it so lopsided? sitting in the field.
Meadowsweet sketch Growing on the banks of the River Hundreds at Rushmere in Suffolk is a swathe of meadowsweet (Filipendula ulmaria). Not obvious from it’s appearance it is a member of the rose family it has tiny fluffy white flowers on top of tall stems. It’s flowers have an almond like sweet smell and once […]