The visits are going well and though it would be tempting to visit my field more regularly I need that interval between visits to process what I've seen and work on the ideas which are developing.
On my to do list for my third visit is drawing and you may well see it again. The results are underwhelming and not shown here, but by now I know I must just keep trying. Photographs are easy and observations too, slices of bread in the drawing sandwich, so I should be able to do better. This photograph makes this perfect point: It look many shots to capture just what I was seeing. It also demonstrates the seeming dominance of green is not necessarily the case; it depends on the angle from which the shot is taken.
What I like particularly here are the strong uprights contrasting with the leaves' green growth and their curved shapes.
Each time I visited my field the word green seemed inadequate. Here I carried out a colour mixing activity using watercolours: two yellows (lemon yellow and golden yellow) mixed with two blues (ultramarine and turquoise). No wonder the word "green" seems inadequate! It does occur to me that I might have achieved stronger colours with gouache.