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Footpath through field of rape, Upper Heyford, Oxfordshire.
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Sep 07 2009 06:43 GMT Foggydew
marvelous!
Sep 07 2009 06:50 GMT sini
Beautiful field and view!:)
Sep 07 2009 06:51 GMT hans55 PRO
a nice path for walks !!!
Sep 07 2009 07:03 GMT teddybear2
An awesome image
Sep 07 2009 07:39 GMT charlotte
super nice
Sep 07 2009 07:42 GMT JMcKinley
very nice for wallpaper on my laptop... thanks...
Sep 07 2009 11:07 GMT MargNZ
Superb image :)
Sep 07 2009 11:38 GMT otilia
SPECTACULAR     
FAV
Sep 07 2009 13:16 GMT ujbanyiv
Wonderful Nature Photo.
Sep 07 2009 21:49 GMT ThorBeverley PRO
You're welcome JMcKinley - you may be interested to know that Upper Heyford was a US Airforce base until recently - see : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RAF_Upper_Heyford
Sep 08 2009 02:39 GMT beady
Good find.
Sep 08 2009 07:40 GMT RachelWoods
beautiful shot.....but if I were stood there I would be sneezing like mad :o)) Amazing colour
Sep 08 2009 13:03 GMT Cooler PRO
Beautiful view and colors ;-)))
Sep 08 2009 22:23 GMT verarenm
Must have been a joy to make this captura, being in this field. Fabulous image!
Sep 09 2009 02:30 GMT larrybenedict
Love the photo. I wonder why someone would be walking through the field of Rape...for reasons other than to get to the other side of the field. The 'foot-path' seems to vanish in the distance which makes it seem a long way across the field. A "short-cut" I suppose?
Sep 09 2009 06:41 GMT ThorBeverley PRO
Thanks Larry.
Footpaths in England have often been established for hundreds if not thousands of years. If there is a right to walk across a field then that is where the walkers go (resulting in the brown stripe without the rape above). This particular footpath led between two villages and was a much more direct route than the road.
Sep 09 2009 07:08 GMT PaP67
an artistic furrow !
Sep 10 2009 03:15 GMT larrybenedict
That's very interesting to me Thor. Thanks for the reply. I don't think we have such rights in the USA....maybe we do and I just never heard of it.
Sep 10 2009 07:31 GMT LizSA
Interesting... what you and larry write... when we were at the seaside holiday in
Silecroft .. Cumbria.... I have seen these path's and people were telling us about
them.. but never done it because a week is actually very short... but it is a
strange thought that you can just go and walk on a strangers farm..
there is actually books on hiking trails... even a Beatrix Potter trail book..
we actually done none of them..!! sadly.... !!
Sep 10 2009 15:54 GMT mbz
WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWONDERFUL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
SUPERB SHOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Sep 10 2009 21:10 GMT rosyapple PRO
I love your landscapes - they are so rich!
Sep 11 2009 20:09 GMT amyplim
Spectacular image!!!
Sep 13 2009 18:58 GMT olgutt
wonderful!

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