These are images taken on two different occasions (and with different cameras) however as they both concern rather indirect sunlight and are both recent I thought they might go together. The one above (taken on my “point and shoot”) was on the morning of the recent election here. I was heading off to the polling station I was working at and, fortunately, it was early enough for there to be little traffic around so stopping suddenly when I saw this was not a problem. The early misty light looked lovely.
The rest of these images were all taken on the same evening as I was heading back to Totnes after a meeting in Paignton. I’ve looked over this valley before and felt it had something to offer a photographer but, as always, catching the light is the issue. The very threatening clouds combined with the bright sunlight (yes – it is a little overexposed) with the feel of the valley below was interesting – a place I will return to.
The above photo comes from a favourite spot – the copse on the ridge looks good at various times of the day if the light is good but here it is almost a silhouette with the attraction being that burst of sunlight from behind the cloud.
Almost back in Totnes on a road where there really is nowhere to stop I just had to for this one. Not all meetings have such beneficial results but hopefully this one will lead to another opportunity to exhibit as well as giving me some good images.