The farmer was at work in the Salvation Army fields in Hadleigh as I was heading to the bus stop, so I took a few photos.
We popped down to the Hadleigh Rare Breed Centre last bank holiday weekend as it was a lovely morning and thought we’d get there before it got too busy.
It was time for another visit to Hadleigh Rare Breed Centre this weekend so I could see all the birds, which were hidden indoors on our last visit in April. I went back twice to photograph the ducks, I just love them!
Slim pickings at Hadleigh Rare Breed Centre this weekend due to all the birds being kept indoors until next month, and most of the animals were asleep!
The Hadleigh Rare Breed Centre is now open again and I managed to get a few photos whilst the sun was briefly out this morning!
Something I’ve been planning on doing for ages (ok, years) is photographing the Salvation Army fields in Hadleigh as the seasons change. The fields overlook the Thames Estuary from Essex over to Kent, and there are some lovely scenes during the year. I finally got around to taken some photos a couple of weeks ago at about 4pm, just as the sun was setting.
Here are some more photo of Hadleigh Rare Breed Centre. I love the peeping duck.
A weekend visit to Hadleigh Rare Breed Centre to see the goats, sheep, pigs and more!