I went to Wolferton a few days ago. I’m sorta running out of things to picture when we go on the same walk most of the time. Maybe we’ll go to the ditch again soon. Or the hiker’s trail. But anyway, I did notice quite a beautiful landscape, and certainly a potential photograph. The sun shone through a bare birch tree (Or I assume it was a birch), and the cloud was looming above it, yet the cloud was much clearer and more beautiful in the photo. Here it is:
Please check out some more of my Wolferton photos:
At 8pm, we went to the seaside to see the sunset and take some photos. We had a great time, but the sun wasn’t really on view; it was behind a large cloud. We did however, have a lovely peaceful walk. On that walk, we saw a little blackbird bathing in a fountain, and we found a nice position to take some pictures of the large swirly clouds above, almost as good as the sunset . We also had a little game of football boys v adults . (I scored the winning goal)! We decided we probably weren’t going to get any good snaps of the sun setting, and so we prepared to go home. But just as we got up, Mum pulled out a caramel choc each! In Frugal Month! We sat on the bench and ate it - it was the best caramel I’d ever tasted .
We got home a little while later, and went up to bed pretty much immediately. Rafe was pleased… he’d stayed up the longest ever before (10-14)!
Here is one of my favourite pieces of art I’ve ever made. A scene from Mt. Paiberg, it is a picture of steep, rocky, crumbly cliffs with trees in the backdrop and foreground and a river running along the bottom.