Just a short walk across one field (half way to the estuary) to catch the pre dawn. The trees are a line of Small-leaved Limes (the Linden tree), prehistorical pollen records suggest this had been the commonest tree in the UK, now rather uncommon and a sign of an ancient woodland. Most were cleared because the land they grew on was prime agricultural land. These are in a hedge bank and might be quite aged.
No tranquil dawn is this as a keen wind is springing up from the east.