Late sun on a seasonal field.
South Common, Lincoln.
This floral mosaic was created from bulbs donated by the Dutch Government to commemorate 70yrs since Operation Manna - an allied food drop to help the people of the Netherlands towards the end of WWII.
There will be in a few months when the rapeseed matures.
Classic view from South Common.
Near the pier.
Not one of the standard views of Cleethorpes, although the familiar tide-out mud flats can be seen in the background.
Good to see this lake again now that the new railway bridge is open.
Yellow rapeseed flowers just starting to appear in the fields around here.
Birch trees in Whisby Nature Park.
Cafe opp Princes Quay shopping centre.
There are lots of caravans just a stone's throw from the beach.
The railway bridge (green parapets at the top of the ramps in the distance) in Whisby Nature Park is now open so we can once again visit the northern half which has been inaccessible since last year.
Blossom near Bracebridge Heath cricket ground.
Ramparts and observatory tower date back to 12th century, the prison (right) is 18th century and bottom left is the new 21st century home for the Magna Carta.
Princes Quay shopping centre and the Maritime Museum.
Queens Park boating lake.
Coot Lake, Whisby Nature Park.
Lincoln Castle reopened this week after refurbishments.
Footpath along the top.