#0: Autumnal Lake
#1: Autumn's Fog
#2: The Infant
#3: Through The Valley
Long overdue …
A couple of photographs from Arundel :-
This is from last week’s day off … which was the one day of the week when the fog was almost entirely solid from beginning to end. Almost but not quite – there was about 5 minutes worth of sun on the train back. But there again, sometimes not so great weather results in sometimes not quite so poor photos …
Those distant black blobs in the sky are actually birds – this needs to be seen large.
Back to the same old place again … the big change this time was walking around the other way :-
If you can’t tell, this is looking down one of the steeper parts of the path.
Yes, yes. Autumn leaves should be in colour. But in fact the lighting was sort of flat so it wouldn’t be that impressive in colour (either).
I’m sure it’s not really a garden shed, but that building you can see in this image is not the real castle so it could be a garden shed. A big one.
More photographs from the sleepy valley :-
Apologies for the pun, but it was just hard to resist 🙂
Getting up this hill was hot work!
Which way to go ?
On Wednesday (kind of late to post this, but as nobody reads it anyway, who cares?) afternoon I returned to Arundel and more specifically Swanmore Lake to make some images there. Just walked around the lake with a short detour along the long trail north.
It seems my memory of the place had been distorted by time, and the low level of water in the lake was a bit of a shame but I may have come up with some good images (they haven’t been processed as yet). Unfortunately I missed the dramatic sky that was on show on the train back … an oil slick spreading across the sky, white clouds highlighted against huge black clouds and small black clouds highlighted against whispy white skies.
And I managed to damage my foot again … am I jinxed ?
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