Friday, 27 February 2015

At the End of the Day!

I nearly missed tonight's sunset, just managing to drag Symphony (Ginger Beast) onto St Andrews Fields as a golden glow bade farewell to the sun. A fitting end to a glorious day!


What a glorious day! Blue skies and sunshine but seasonally fresh with a good selection of spring flowers. A bit early I suppose, but could this be the arrival of spring? It will probably snow tomorrow!

Field Friends




Spring Flowers

Thursday, 26 February 2015

It Depends On Which Way You Look!

Standing on St Andrews Fields at 1645hrs and turning through 360 degrees, a different light scene was available! Too early for the actual sunset but enjoyable all the same.

Guess Who?

360 degrees of light!

Friday, 20 February 2015

A Moody Start and a Moody End!

Our first walk of today was moody HERE and our last walk of the day was perhaps more dramatically moody!


Natural Light?

It was a strange morning - more reminiscent of November! The temperatures dropped with a hint of frost and a mist rolled in, thickening as the sun rose. The overnight rain had made St Andrews Fields a quagmire, so our walk concentrated around the hard paths of Rainsbrook Crematorium. As we walked, looking at the ground which was heavily waterlogged in the area marked as a cemetery, I cannot believe that any burials will ever take place. The light was eerie and I made the most of it to create some [interesting?] images!

The Mist Rolling In!

Natural Light?


Over Ridgeway Farm


Checkpoint Charcoal