I went for an early evening wander round the village. I started with a wander round the Abbey Trail, which takes me through the grounds of Stanbrook Abbey. The daffodils are passed their best but the tulips were bright and the magnolia trees are still in bloom. From there I went over and had a wander round the Old Hills.
It was a lovely warm evening and I hope I captured the best of it.
It was a surprise this morning to see how much snow had fallen overnight. The Common was beautiful this morning, basking in the spring sunshine with a covering of snow. It was melting so quickly and I’m sure we were out during the best part of the day.
I know its been cold this week buts that mainly been down to early morning frosts and cold northerly winds. It was a surprise this morning to see so much snow on the Malvern Hills and even on the common. It was amazing how much more snow there was as we headed up towards the top of the common.
I took a walk in the Easter sunshine yesterday afternoon. The spring flowers were all at their best.
I had a wander round to Stanbrook Abbey to see the magnolia trees. They were looking fantastic.
These are my March Lensbaby 365 Project photos. They were all taken using a double glass optic.
It was a beautiful, bright sunny morning on the common. There was a cold bite to the wind but there were sings of spring everywhere.
I had a lovely walk round the grounds of Stanbrook Abbey today. The magnolia tree is starting to come out and was looking amazing.
It wasn’t a great day weather-wise, but I thought I’d take the camera and have a wander round the grounds of Stanbrook Abbey.
It’s been over a week since I’d wandered round and I was interested to see what had changed. Most of the snowdrops and crocus have gone, there are still lots of primroses and the daffodils are fantastic.
I found a couple of magnolia tress which are in bud and will be amazing in a week or so.
My photography challenge for February was to take a photo every day using the Fisheye optic or Circular Fisheye lens. I was amazed at how close I could get to my subject so they are great for macro photography and the fisheye effect adds another dimension when used to full effect All twenty eight photos are below.