Posts Tagged nature
On my way home tonight, I was rounding the top of my road and saw the bright evening sky silhouette the large tree which stands there.
Okay so I have taken almost this exact picture before, but the time of year changes and so do the colours presented by the morning sky at my bus stop.
On the walk to the bus stop this morning, I passed by a cluster of mushrooms growing on one of the grass verges by the side of the road. There used to be huge horse chestnut trees lining my road, but a few years ago they cut them down, and now all that’s left is fungus growing on the root filled soil.
The glow of the sun on the afternoon after the clocks go back, today, lit up the clouds as if they were gold itself. Casting silhouettes of different and yet familiar forms – houses, trees, telephone poles, aerials.
I drove to a small country park today, and my partner and I took a wander around the fields full of horses. They were fenced off, and entirely uninterested in us, but at least we’re reasonably photogenic!
I am no botanist, and I sincerely apologise to any who are. I cannot be sure if these are daisies or if they are not. Regardless, it’s been a while since my last macro and I felt like it today.
It’s autumn. And I searched my normal route home for a decent looking shot which showed the leaves turning that wonderful amalgam of shades which so signifies this time of year. In the end I had to go out again later, gloomy weather became so nice I just had to capture it.