Today’s photographs are from last Monday when I was at my friend’s in Chalford. The now disused Thames and Severn Canal runs at the bottom of their garden and along the valley. It still has a lot of water and is well overgrown, creating an interesting mix of broken down man made structure morphing with nature which is taking over.
There were some interesting reflections but I just couldn’t capture them on photographic images and, like a subject I tried capturing in North Wales the week before, would be better served in another medium like paint. I will look at this issue in another blog.
These were taken around 5pm on a warm day when the sun was lower and making interesting dapples, light frames and shadows.