3 August 2017
Walking through Foxholes on the way to The Bath Arms in Crockerton. It was early evening, cool, an occluded sky hung ominously and a forest of fern had grown up since I last blinked.
An image of a rain-soaked sky bringing the green into focus.
Wiltshire, looking from the A350 toward Sutton Veny.
I pass this vent as I walk home this way, every day from work. It’s only now, with the greenery has grown up around, that it has taken on a new significance. I took the photograph because it conjured up a Japanese feel to me.
I can travel far, without going anywhere and sate my wanderlust.
A Rain Obscured View – You know its British Summertime when you can’t see out of the windscreen…
Taken on the morning of 29 July 2017, at Beer, East Devon, looking out across Beer Head. Right next door to Beer Head Caravan Park. You don’t have to be caravanning or camping to enjoy the food and drink and beautiful views.
It’s a jungle out there…
It’s like I’m in another country but this is local Wiltshire. South West UK. Bamboo, growing wild, the English rain making it all look like the humid tropics. Lush, green, I really want to venture in there. Now, where did I put my machete?
28 JUNE 2017
I love the way these bricked have been topped by nature forming a ‘Brick Tree’. Warminster Street, South West UK.
18 JUNE 2017