#0: Autumnal Lake
#1: Autumn’s Fog
#2: The Infant
#3: Through The Valley
Long overdue …
#1: The Knights Lineup
#2: The Joust
#4: Chatting Up The Knight
A couple of photographs from Arundel :-
#1: Light and Dark
#2: Choosing The Path
#2: Sheep Standing Guard
#3: The Lamb’s Lands
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 …
#1: Flying Over The Fog
Those distant black blobs in the sky are actually birds – this needs to be seen large.
#2: The Gate
#3: Paths Meet
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.
2: Autumn Leaves
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).
3: The Garden Shed
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 :-
1: Sheepy Valley
Apologies for the pun, but it was just hard to resist 🙂
2: Climbing To The Shade
Getting up this hill was hot work!
3: Hilltop Argument
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 ?