Last month I joined the Changing Seasons photography challenge. My warm up post featured images that I had taken in December but before I knew of the challenge, so were not taken specifically for it.
The challenge asks for 5 to 20 images, taken specifically during the month to be posted between the 7th and 15th of the following month. It is now mid-February and so I am sharing my January images.
Confused? You won’t be.
As mentioned in my original post on this topic, the main images will be over at Runestone so please visit there if you want to see the photos in
all their original glory a larger size.
Morning comes late at this time of year
Taken around midday but the sun is low in the sky in January and even at this time the shadows are long.
One of a series of weekly shots that I am taking for my Blipfoto
A windy month and the anemometer has been working overtime
Our winters tend to be wet rather than cold. The garden always fills up with water.
The ground cannot support the amount of water that it has received and everything is wet and muddy
Everywhere a puddle, lots of reflection shot opportunities
Not succeeding in keeping the overwintering goose poppulation from the sheep’s neeps.
Locks of sheep fleece caught on the wire
A detail from Scar House, possibly was the mailbox.
With the Saville Stone
Stock overwintering in the shed
A rare calm morning in the bay, with the weather undecided between stormy and fair.
The sun disappears early – this was around 3:30pm
Cardinal Guzman’s post for this month is here, along with a list of participants.