Exceptional dry conditions over the summer has helped reveal some of the region's hidden history.
Prehistoric settlements, burial mounds and Iron Age, Bronze Age and Roman farms have been revealed including two Neolithic monuments near Clifton Reynes at Milton Keynes and a prehistoric settlement or cemetery at Stoke by Clare in Suffolk.
Over the past few months archaeologists have been flying over sites looking for patterns in crops and grass that reveal thousands of years of buried English history.
The cropmarks reveal layouts of buried ditches or walls that once defined settlements, field boundaries or funerary monuments dating back to prehistoric times. They are revealed as differences in colour or in the height of crops or grass.