Posted on July 19, 2022
When the evening began to cool, the sun going down cast a rosy glow over the heads of ripe golden wheat, and made lengthening pale shadows over the crop from the trees and hedgerows, before sinking from view behind Charminster Down.
Posted on May 6, 2021
View from my window in Greenwood House. Unedited photographs of the opening leaves on the copper beech trees, glowing red against the dark sky after rain, in the slanted light of the sun going down. 1st May 2021.
Posted on April 21, 2021
A shaft of late evening low sunlight created a lovely golden glow across the tops of the mature beech trees to the south of Greenwood House the other evening.