Last of the Autumn gin

Posted on November 16, 2016


Late autumn on Exmoor. Wednesday. T’was a dingy day plagued by low cloud and mizzle. How quickly the climate of hope of a multi coloured ‘new England fall’ changes to the acceptance of the inevitable. Wind, rain and low cloud had spoiled the show in a few random mid-week days. It’s normal. We embrace change and still see beauty, especially in the decay of a season. Goodbye autumn – welcome winter.

Todays photos: Magnificent 12-pointer stag with his hinds & a deserted Tarr Steps. Possibly built in the Bronze Age (by spacemen about the same time as Stonehenge haha)…. 1000 years BC ….. Good workmanship to have lasted so long. # Somerset Skills


If you are viewing on a laptop, you can click on the picture and make it bigture. Much better than a tiny phone screen.

Canon 5D mk3, 7D mk2 w/ 600mm f4 L, 1.4x converter, 24-70mm f2.8 ii L, Manfrotto tripods.

Oppose Trump & his climate change wankery.