Corsham, Wiltshire, late Spring
In March I blogged about England’s Green and Pleasant land and shared some landscape photographs. I was back working in Wiltshire this month when once again the sun warmed my heart and the beautiful countryside. During my lunch break I nipped out with my camera to document the difference that two months can make.
Now that the sun is much higher in the sky, the midday shadows are minimal and the day looks brighter. This is down by the lake on the Corsham estate.
Behind the church is grazing land which is also open to the public. Two months go the sheep grazing there were cosy in their woolly coats on that sunny but still chilly Spring day. And now that they are shawn of their fleeces they looked much younger.
I’ll let the remaining 6 shots speak for themselves. I’ve also experimented with a couple by using a Holga toy filter which comes with my new camera.
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Thanks for checking out my blog. I think I can see the painter influence in your photos. I think it’s very cool to go from street art to pastoral. Shows a widely roving appreciate eye.
Hi James, thanks so much for taking the time to view my blog and comment. Glad you enjoy the variety. I’m not keen on the modern vogue for niche subject matters and delighted that you appreciate that.