This is a view from half way up Black Cloud Hill, its where some of those flowers were. The gorse has turned since then though.
Yet another wild flower from my walk on Black Cloud Hill, there was little carpets of these on the west facing slops.
It wasn’t just flowers that caught my attention on Black Cloud Hill, while the single chaps flew off these Horse flies were prepared to risk a predator in the form of a Nikon just to pass on the DNA.
I’m very new to this micro world and casting shadows can be a problem but some how enhances the magic on this one.
I had time at the weekend to walk up Black Cloud Hill. It looks over Woolacombe but rather focus on the vista behind me I took a 60mm lens and delved into the wonderful world of tiny flowers starting...
Ive worked from 12 different offices in my working life but the current one must have the best view, even if it is through the velux!
Looking at the collection this morning and just had to share this, the original is a square format which I love (ever since making friends with an old rolaflex in the 80′s). you can see all of Andrew Wheatley’s...
Who do you think he thought he was!?
This splendid photo of Andrew Wheatley’s is right target for the wider wavedreamer mission!
Today and the foliage could easily be described as lush!