Early September sees the light values changing in subtle ways. As the sun dips against a blue sky and evening takes over from the day, light comes into the garden from much lower down. This angle has a magical effect on the prairie planting in our Beth Chatto Garden.
I couldn’t resist taking my camera with long lens out the first time I was lucky enough to spot these first signs of Autumn. Please let me know what you think of these photos. I have included every shot I fired off in a brief ten minutes of special light. Catch the moment!
So here is the gallery warts and all, no interference from Photoshop. As usual click on any photo to get going and then click on the arrow.
9 replies on “Taking advantage of the light.”
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Yes, I love the late summer light as well – purely magical.
Photos are wonderful – love the spider web.
Their wonderful! I love to spend time in the garden with my camera just like that!
Nicely ephemeral and abstract. Well done.
Indeed, there is something special and wonderful in the light of late summer days.
wow, nice composition and late summer feel. I need to set my alarm for those ten minutes!
Yes! You need to catch the moment! Malc
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