Saturday, 15 October 2016

Big Skies, Little Landscapes

An afternoon walk around the fields in changeable weather.



























Take care.



22 comments:

  1. Lovely shots John ... and definitely the kind of weather we're having ... it is raining inland in Sussex - but so often skirts Beachy Head - huge storms cruising along with the container ships. Gorgeous country and I love the hips, and the bee .. cheers Hilary

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  2. A great set of Autumnal images John. I am glad you kept your distance from the haystack as it looks a tad top heavy! Seriously, your images are always a treat to see!

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  3. Wonderful, John. In fact, beautiful. I was thinking of taking a walk later; now I don't need to.

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  4. I enjoyed the variety of photos in this post.

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  5. Gorgeous views, John. Colourful and surprising.

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  6. Lovely autumnal photographs. Don't hold out much hope for that straw stack.

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  7. Love seeing the skies there and the crepuscular rays. Beautiful images of autumn.

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  8. The feeling, the smell, the light of autumn come from these photos. A pleasure to watch

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  9. Nice views on your walk. Those berries would look good in my porridge.

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  10. Love those big skies. It's amazing how fast they can change, as I was finding last week in N Yorks.

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  11. Been an odd sort of day weather wise, mist, then sun, then mist, then sun again

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  12. Hi John. Beautiful images of your changeable autumn weather. i like that stack of straw bales.

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  13. I guess that's like life: full of big stuff, and little stuff. I like the very stripey bumblebee, the tottering bales and the delicious looking blackberries.

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  14. Beauty both near and far, John! I like those hay bales.

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  15. Certainly looks like changeable weather! And delicious blackberries.

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  16. Not sure I would have walked very far on a day with a sky as threatening as that one. Hope you didn't get very close to that high but unbalanced stack of hay.

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  17. Love this series of images John, particularly the first and last..the rays trying to fight their way through the clouds are a sure fire sign of unsettled weather 😊

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  18. Well seen! We're past the blackberry season here, but otherwise about in the same state of seasonal transition. I was especially interested to see the hawthorn berries, because I'm currently experimenting with harvesting a local variety to make some jelly. I found the recipe online, and it comes from a blogger in the UK.

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  19. Beautiful images John, the menacing sky ones are amazing. The bee is lovely. I would give those hay bales a wide berth!

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  20. So very beautiful. I wish blackberries grew here, even though I know the plant can be a little bit of a nuisance.

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  21. I like to see things that caught your heart and eyes during the walk. The sky is so enormous and dramatic that makes me feel like I see many angels playing in the sunlight through the clouds. I like the hay tower (?) that would be equivalent to a bundle of rice straw in our countryside.

    Yoko

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  22. Such beautiful photos of fall skies, berries, and leaves. The construction of that hay stack is interesting as well as a bit precarious. I can't quite work out how it was done and why it was done in that way.

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