22 years of wisdom – still shining bright
I didn’t set out to photograph a pony but the angle of the light was perfect and she looked so beautiful standing patiently waiting for her food whilst her young companion stomped up and down the fence line.
Two very different images shot five minutes apart.
I spotted this hare as I walked home …………
when I walked into the garden the sun was in the lilac …….
I like the contrast between these two pictures taken during the same sunset; the soft rays across the stubble and the burning sphere in the foliage. The tree behind the lilac is actually about 400 yards away and this was the first time this year that I managed to catch the exact moment when the gap in its branches allows the sun to shine through the gap in the lilac’s branches.
This web was over 2ft square and remained intact despite the weight of water.
I took my mug of tea and a journal out to the pond; I couldn’t believe my eyes when another dragonfly settled on my boot the moment I stood still.
I took a few more pictures then sat down very slowly but it did not move
Several minutes later I slid a piece of grass underneath the dragonfly and held it right in front of my face; annoyingly I did not have a macro lens on the camera and had to stretch out both my arms to get the next shot so it’s not properly focussed on the dragonfly
I just had to show you that I hadn’t reached my dragonfly zenith after all.