Another appalling day’s weather today – pretty much wall to wall heavy rain all day. At least the forecast for tomorrow is more promising…
Our day away with friends was blessed with good weather so a gentle walk was in order. This is Southern Shropshire at it’s most beautiful. The view through the gate is of Corvedale, with Caer Caradoc in the distance.
This small pool a couple of miles from where we live belongs to a local angling club. It was completely deserted today…
So, after an eventful week in Ibiza we are back home in (not so sunny) Staffordshire. With no travel plans upcoming, it’s an opportunity to become familiar with the little Fujifilm X100F camera I bought just before we went away. I plan to shoot much more mono, so expect to see that reflected here.
A traditional lych gate entrance at a little church near Whitmore that we pass regularly.
Another fabulous sunset, shot from the top of the garden. The local farmer, whose land is adjoining, has fortunately now cut down the tall grass that was blocking this view. How lucky are we?
A view from the bridge over the canal nearby, this reminds me very much of a Constable painting, archetypally England on a Summer’s day.