A wonderful long cycling path lined by beech-trees near Lage Vuursche/The Netherlands. However, the colourful autumnal foliage of yesterday will have been blown away by the first real autumnal storm which we experienced here today.
One of the lovely beech-tree lanes here in the forests near Hilversum/The Netherlands in the mysterious morning mood of last monday. As this picture is doing it so well on Redbubble, I think you should see it here too.
A lovely autumnal colour mix, taken in mid-November near Maartensdijk/The Netherlands. I placed this picture before on my lightthinker-gallery at Redbubble, but want to share it with you here too as I like it so much.
i made this photo when we were really deep in the woods, completely disorientated. we didn't even have a path to follow. it was getting dark already... that's what happens when you want to try "something new"... somehow we got home though.
I was on my way to admire the snowy views from our local high ground when I unfortunately came across a big 'Road Closed' sign.... pfffff, I'm not having that! On I struggled in my little Golf, wheelspinning for a half mile before deciding maybe it wasn't wise to get stranded on a hillside after dark in sub-zero conditions and with no supplies! I did however manage to get far enough along the road to make it to this particular local go-to spot of mine just in time for sundown.
Same location as this shot made back in spring. Might just be a candidate for a seasonscape some day One other angle (sans fence) to come from this shoot...
This isn't really as much a bluebell shot as it is a shot of an interesting tree which happened to be in some bluebell woods... I haven't managed to find the wide-ranging "carpet of bluebells" shot I'm after just yet, but I do rate these woods for cool trees
A view over Chilterns countryside during the afterglow of a hazy spring sunset. The Chilterns has been home to part of my family for the past two decades now and has been designated as an 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty'. Much of what I've shown you guys of the area consists of views from within its woodlands, but here's a more traditional landscape view looking out over a valley during the intense afterglow of sunset. Maybe a slightly personal image this one but hopefully you can still enjoy a little slice of what I call Home