Our endless, numbered days

It’s the time of great sunsets and barren, stark night photography. Soon, the light evenings will be gone with the changing of the clocks. This is a bittersweet time of year for me – I love the shift in subject matter for my photos, but I’m not so keen on the cold and the dark. Never mind, I’ll soon be used to it again. I think today was probably the last great, warm day of the year – cherish it. There will be few of those before next spring.

Wyrley & Essington Canal, near the Watermead estate, Brownhills. 6:01pm, Saturday, 15th October 2011.

A38 south from the A51 flyover, Lichfield. 6:46pm, Sunday, 16th October 2011.

A remarkable golden hour aspect on a very old church. Edingale from the Mease Valley. 5:45pm, Sunday, 16th October 2011.

Dirty old river - looking south down the Tame at Elford. 6:17pm, Sunday, 16th October 2011.

Lazy Hill from the Chester Road, Stonnall. 5:46pm, Wednesday, 12th October 2011.

An unusually brisk M6 Toll, as viewed from Pool Road, Chasewater. 6:32pm, Satrday, 15th October 2011.

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One Response to Our endless, numbered days

  1. data recovery says:

    Beautiful pictures, A51 flyover picture is the most liked one.

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