The rich rural scenery of North Fife, Scotland, provides variety from the historic city of St Andrews and the quaint harbours of the East Neuk of Fife. A Royal Palace in Falkland, a Folk Museum in Ceres, a National Trust Mansion House near Cupar, Balmerino Abbey, Lindores Abbey, Newburgh, Dunbog, Glenduckie, Creich, Birkhill, Ballinbreich, Abdie, Upper Flisk and more in beautiful North East Fife. Also the occasional wander.
Wednesday, October 03, 2012
Brunton and Luthrie Fields North Fife
Rain clouds over Brunton North Fife. It's that kind of a year, rain, sun, rain and a little sun.
Harvested fields in-between Brunton and Luthrie, I like the delineation made by the combine harvester, instead of a crop texture lines are clearly drawn, this way and that.
Crop lines Brunton, a couple of springs showing in the field. Where ever there are hills there will be springs, then wee burns feeding rivers, these start the Motray Water snaking its way through North Fife, Luthrie, Rathillet, Kilmany, Leuchars and into the sea with the river Eden at Guardbridge. Amazingly brown trout can be found in Brunton in just a few inches of water.