Saltburn is a four hour walk from Runswick, but just a 45 minute bus ride away. We followed the Cleveland Way footpath and stopped about 9 miles through for a couple of pints and a jacket potato. The sun was beating hard and my face knew all about it.
The 20th March and 12 days after sowing, the first of the seedlings are showing through. This one reminded me of a rearing snake and is the largest of the 10 that have pushed up. Its climbing tendrils like a forked tongue, are already visible.
I liked the shapes, the light and the shadow made by the sunlight on the roll of gaffer tape on the carpet. Pointless and purely indulgent photography with a 50 yr old Zeiss Jena 135 lens.
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