With the permission of the landowner, I had an opportunity to walk around Woodborough Park Farm in Nottinghamshire. Over the years I have taken many photographs from the public footpaths and the roads that surround the farm but having the freedom to enter the fields gave a new view on a familiar landscape.
The attraction of this farm is the way the land undulates as it descends into a valley with many isolated trees sitting nicely in the fields. It is one of the few locations in the local area where it is possible to get above the landscape - elevation being very important for landscape photography.
Also important is the variety provided by the different seasons and different crops. On this ocassion the oilseed crop dominated many of the compositions but there were opportunities to pick out some other features of the landscape: