A Country Walk in Kirkcaldy, Fife part 3

Do you remember we went for a walk about two months ago, down the Wizard’s Walk and into the farmland on the edge of Beveridge Park. You can see those posts here and here.

These are the photos which we took on Sunday, just to compare the leaf growth later in the season.

rural path

This is the crop growing in what was that bare ploughed field. As you can see, a lot of the trees still seem to be very bare.

hills and trees

The same field a bit further on. I have no idea what the crop is.
a field in Kirkcaldy

a crop hills and trees

One of the trees which is well in leaf now, some of them still have very little green showing. I believe this is a field maple.

Tree and flowers

Last time I didn’t take any photos of the golf course which is on the left hand side as you walk up the hill into the farmland but it might be of interest to golfers.

Kirkcaldy Golf Course

I must admit there are some lovely trees on the course.

Kirkcaldy Golf Course

Obviously this is just a teeny wee bit of the course. It was designed by Tom Morris in 1904 and if you’re interested in learning more about Kirkcaldy Golf Club, have a look here.

Kirkcaldy Golf Course

More photos tomorrow.