Just to buck trends, I’m trying to stay up to date and managed to take multiple pictures every day. This
may will not last. In another break from tradition, I appear (with one exception) to have gone landscapey for the week. The berries are reaching the end of season, there are fewer flowers and the colours / views looking up at the wider picture just appealed to me this week starting off with trees resplendent in their autumn colours compared to just down the road where it’s almost all still green and by the river where it’s a bit of a mix.
From this, I spent a couple of days looking at some of the local buildings which is another departure from the norm. We’re so lucky with a lovely high street and looking up towards the rooflines you can often see lovely buildings. The church photo was acquired on a dog walk – another spot I’ve not made it to in a long time. Think that’s the last of my usual haunts now within reach which is fantastic.
Combining the theme of changing countryside and local churches, this was taken from the fields further north by my MIL’s house.
Last but not least is the non landscape image – this was when I’d managed to go out with the dog, accidentally leave the camera behind, miss capturing a sparrowhawk hunt (even if I’d had the right camera, I’d have had the wrong lens as it’s been the 18mm wide angle all week, not the 60mm zoom). Then I managed to not do anything for the rest of the day and just managed to take this as the light was fading – phew!
Next week … well – all that needs said is that life will change, just hoping I can keep up with the photos …