Posts tagged ‘autumn’

Furzehill Plantation I

Furzehill Plantation is a small commercial plantation of spruce just down the road from my house. Not very prepossessing to look at normally, sometimes the light catches the trunks just right and I can find an image I like. This was taken in autumn when the sun was shining on a few of the distant […]

Tags: , , , ; taken on Wednesday, November 14th, 2012

Beech avenue, Kingston Lacy

This beech avenue is part of a grand estate, rather than a humble farm track like the one at Bindon. After an exploratory visit to find a good viewpoint, this photo was snatched in a few minutes just as the winter sun was setting, balancing my tripod on a steep bank at the edge of […]

Tags: , , ; taken on Saturday, November 3rd, 2007

White Wood in autumn

A companion to White Wood in spring, this photo was taken just a few metres, and six months, from the other one. The bright russet of the bracken caught my eye, as did the repeated wavering patterns of the oak trunks. I didn’t appreciate, until I saw the image full-sized, that there was a narrow […]

Tags: , , , ; taken on Thursday, October 27th, 2005

Four beeches at Bindon

In my corner of East Devon, there is a tradition of planting single or double rows of beech trees alongside some country lanes. Bindon, a couple of miles west of Uplyme, has a fine row which can be seen from the distance. I’ve photographed them several times in different lights and from different angles, but […]

Tags: , , ; taken on Tuesday, September 6th, 2005