glencorse

I love to walk in the winter light. I love the way the sun transforms things by glancing rather than illuminating. . .

glancin

. . . making long shadows.

shadows

Light brings the landscape back to life in the declining part of the year.

blackhill

In the winter light, you can appreciate the truly heroic form of trees. . .

trees

. . . and those of lone fishermen.

fishin

. . . enjoy the colour of a cow’s russet pelt . . .

coo

. . . and crows against the quiet fire of an early evening sky.

roostin

31 thoughts on “winter light

  1. Vivid photos, I enjoyed them so much, the depth of color. I have never seen a cow like that. The shadows looked like they belong to giants. What a wonderful post.

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  2. Bonjour,
    Your pictures are sooooooooo beautiful!!! You are very créative and your work is unique. Bravo!
    I look to all the blog and I think you are very lucky to live in this splendide nature.

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  3. Gorgeous, gorgeous snaps–there is much to love about a winter lanscape, with or without snow.

    BTW, I asked my mom about the Archers, and she said that as a Horrobin she has always had a special interest;)

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