A Dark Day in March
The 12th of March was a vey wet day and the roads and fields were awash. Fortunately the rain had eased as I left the car and walked back up the hill to capture this view. On such a day the water courses, that are normally barely noticeable, become rushing gurgling torrents that frequently break their banks and spread across fields and roads. Yesterday’s post was taken 2 days earlier and the contrast couldn’t be more stark. A coastal maritime climate is never the same two days running.