Cow eating the rotten wood on the inside of the remains of a Willow tree in a field by Fen Causeway in Cambridge.
This is a view from within the Fellow’s Garden of Christ’s College, Cambridge, looking towards the quadrangle near the entrance on St Andrew’s Street.
The Fellow’s Garden is open to the public on weekdays during term time and it is a pleasant place to walk and to sit. Back in 20i7 I wrote about the mulberry tree that is in the garden, that was supposed to have been planted in 1608, the year of Milton’s birth. Or some say it was planted in 1609. Either way the tree is old an supported on wooden posts.