A spectactuarly beautiful London sunset.
I noticed these online and just had to share them. These are from the Wara Art Festival in Japan, where leftover rice straw (known as wara) are used to make the giant sculptures exhibited at Uwasekigata Park.
Another example of just how wonderful nature is.
These are my favourite six from the vote for the 2020 BBC Countryfile front cover calendar competition. Going left to right from the top the photographs are: Autumn Rays by Richard Hooper, Call of the Wild by Mervyn Chilton, Sunset Glow by Rachel Baker, Wilderness Wanderer by Harry Feather, Nectar Inspector by Steve McHale and I Walk the Line by Tom Broxup. You can see the others and vote here.
The beauty of nature again.
Just something else 🙂
Like the sun is trying to fit through a gap in the trees.
Despite everything, it’s been such gorgeous weather so wanted to share some of my favourite sunsets from my time doing the blog. You’ll find another example of my sunset montages here.
I saw Cathy at 746 books had posted on Book Spine Poetry, where she arranges the spine of a set of books and turns it into a poem. I liked the idea but thought I’d arrange mine into a story concept. Here someone super rich has an dramatic epiphany after a rather lonely life and feels the need to take a silver sword so as to meet the mystical Kafka.