The hour of darkness

It’s the end of British Summer Time again; long term readers will know well just how much I hate this. Although it changes my photography, and the nature of my cycling, I mourn the passing of the warmth and light of summer at this time every year. I really hope we end this daft plunge into early evening darkness soon, I really do.

Don’t forget my 365 days of cycling Tumblr journal rumbles on, with lots of seasonal stuff…

Home Farm, from the canal, overlooking Sandhills. 2:48pm, Sunday, 30th October 2011.

Parr's Warren, Cannock Chase. 4:37pm, Sunday, 30th October 2011.

The triangulation pillar at Pepper Slade, Cannock Chase. 4:48pm, Sunday, 30th October 2011.

The sprawl of Rugeley power station from the bypass near Brindley Bank. 5.23pm, Sunday, 30th October 2011.

The Trent & Mersey Canal by moonlight, Brindley Bank, Rugeley. 5:26pm, Sunday, 30th October 2011.

Burntwood church at Burntwood Green. 6.25pm, Sunday, 30th October 2011.

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