Once More From the Wilderness

Another photo from my trip to Dungeness. The first day that I was there, the wind was blowing a hooley and you couldn’t see out to sea, or at least you couldn’t see any ships.

I went the next day, secretly to get a cheeky train ride in, and the wind had dropped to the extent that you didn’t feel as if you were about to take off.

The change in the weather led to this shot.

Sailing by

A New Day

It was announced last night that George Michael died last night. This seems the culmination of a terrible 2016. This year has been a disaster on so many levels personal and political.

Looking through my photos I found this one which was taken in the Autumn and I thought that it was appropriate to the situation we find ourselves in.

Today is a new day and a new beginning.

 

Taken with NightCap Pro
Taken with NightCap Pro

A Church In the Country

I visited on Saturday my family church, Llangwig near Pontardawe in South Wales. My grandmother and great grandmother are there and my father was in the choir when he was a boy.

It is a fantastically beautiful place and I deliberately went on Saturday as the weather was cloudy and warm and I knew that it would be at its most photogenic.

The church is worth a visit can you can find more details about it here

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