|There's even some water in the pond by the car park|
|And a brilliant job they do too|
Plodding on, we found ditches that are usually empty, were full to the brim. The ground amongst the trees was waterlogged and, at the northern end of the wood, a stream had overflowed across the field to the woodland edge.
Left of centre in the above shot can be seen the old buildings where the Little Owl often roosts...
|But not today|
Looking back towards the wood, we noticed that the predominantly deciduous nature of the trees had one rather obvious exception.
Now that most of the leaves have fallen from its neighbours' branches, this Pine adds a touch of greenery to proceedings.
Concern continues to grow regarding the impending likelihood of five wind turbines being sited to the west of Little Linford Wood. Several miles to the east, the existing installation at Petsoe End is clearly visible from the wood's car park, as the following photo shows.
Ugly, alien and unloved. Incessant noise, constant movement and downright unsightly.
|Oh, and the wind farm|