A sunset moment

I took this last week on a miserable, rainy evening. As I drove past Broadwater Lake in Farncombe, the clouds parted to let the sunset glow through so I stopped to take a picture with my phone. A couple of hopeful canada geese made a beeline for me, and the shapes of their wake along with the raindrops on the water made a nice shot, I thought.


Wishing you a Happy Easter/Spring/Eostre/insert your festival of choice… ;-)

A rare post from me, just to wish you all a Happy Easter and greet the arrival of Spring (although looking out of the window today, that might be debatable). Yesterday we walked the dogs to Hambledon church, a beautiful church and graveyard with a 1000 year old yew tree. I’ve written about it before; here and here. As well as the stunning tree, which you can get inside, it has really interesting gravestones with beautiful lichens and mosses.

Yesterday was a gorgeous sunny day, and being Good Friday, the church had put a display on and there were figures and bible verses around the graveyard. I liked the figure kneeling in front of the yew, as if worshipping that magnificent tree.












Autumn colours at Blackdown

I’ve fallen completely out of the habit of blogging this year, although I keep meaning to get back into it. I do still take pictures, though, despite my knackered camera. Here are a couple I took today, on a lovely crisp, sunny autumn day at Blackdown, just over the border in West Sussex.




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