July walk to Cookham Dean – 29 July 2012

Rebekah and I braved a day of heavy showers to squeeze in the latest of our monthly walks before July ended.

We were forced to speed up on the return part of the walk due to impending storm clouds which blew up from the west as we headed back to Cookham.

The first puddle of a wet walk

Recently harvested crop of oilseed rape

Reflections on the walk

Channels where water has flowed during the recent rain

Rebekah

Foundations for the new vestry at Cookham Dean Church are now in place

View from the side gate of the churchyard

Storm clouds brewing in Cookham Dean

Horses against a stormy backdrop

Rain over Maidenhead

Walking down the footpath across the recently harvested oilseed rape

Overgrown path

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