In landscape photography, I find light is almost everything. A very ordinary view can suddenly become special, if the lighting changes – something that happens very often in England! This shot was taken in the early evening. I had stopped to watch this scene for a few moments, when suddenly the sunlight played the trick I’ve caught here. The whole event was over in seconds.It's kind to share!
By now, I think you all expect flower pictures from me! Well here’s another, but with a difference: the flowers are painted onto a very fine porcelain bowl, that is part of the marvellous collection of all kinds of things at the preserved stately home that is Montacute House, in the South of Somerset – a wonderful place, which I visited last week. It’s certainly worth a visit, if you are anywhere near!It's kind to share!
I loved finding this in flower, this week. There are, of course, countless varieties of saxifrage, and signs of real spring are always welcome. Many varieties grow wild, but equally, a lot are also cultivated as garden flowers.It's kind to share!