After what seems like a very gloomy August, the sun has come out in September.
I was working in the office in Malvern today and escaped at lunchtime to Peachfield Common. I had my camera with my Lensbaby Twist 60 Optic. I wanted to get some shots of the Harebells. For some reason they don’t seem to grow on the Old Hills and as they a very much a symbol of summer for me, I missed seeing them.
Today it felt like summer.
It was a beautiful fresh morning on Malvern Common. I was surprised to see the harebells still flowering and it seems to have been a bumper year for acorns.
After some heavy overnight rain, it was a grey drizzly morning on Malvern Common, but the harebells and grasses looked beautiful covered in raindrops.
It was a beautiful, hot, sunny morning on the Common. I took my Twist 60 and macro filters to play with. The harebells were looking amazing.