late summer sun


I took this picture on a morning walk a few weeks ago. We’re lucky enough to live in the middle of a network of lanes that run for miles, many of which were originally laid by miners in the 18th Century. Today they’re banked on both sides with thick undergrowth, and old trees stretch over your heads to touch branches and form a living tunnel, the hollow of which is our morning dog walk route.

In the late summer the morning sun seems richer and deeper and as it streams in through the gaps in the hedgerows it’s creates patterns and pools of light, which you can see here.



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