We had intended a long, bracing walk along the riverside yesterday, to blow away the cobwebs; in the event we were stuck indoors while the nice British Gas engineer puzzled over the central heating. (Second visit in a week, this time it seems to have worked... ) So we only managed half an hour before the sun went down. But just to see sunlight was a bonus. It actually penetrated through to the remnants of colour still lurking under the drabness.
We were there just before Christmas and I realised then that I should have taken my 50mm lens. I knew what I was looking for this time.
V1 – I like the not-quite symmetry of these three trees.
V2 & V3 - A rosebay willowherb seed head, with light catching other stalks, against the dark trees in the background.
Thanks for looking,
Specialist and abstract
Landscape and travel