Thursday, 31 December 2020

Pre-ride walk

over the hedge


The weather has changed during the last few days, it's gotten drier but colder. Too cold for me to want to ride far from home, so I kept to my local 15 mile route. I'm still on holiday so have been riding between the rain showers. As the chances of getting wet diminished I used the spare time to go for a walk with the big camera. Lately when on the bike I tend not to stop for pictures. The extra control and quality I get from my main camera has been missed. It's way too heavy to carry on the rides, and I don't want to risk damaging it. You could describe this post as the view from the saddle, if I had a pro camera with me.

The last time I did this was with the Caterham Photography Society, in March 2018.

This post is going to be very picture heavy so prepare for some scrolling.

frost on a log

Moss on a fence post
it's a small world, the top of a fence post


path through the woods

damaged tree

damaged tree


crumbling tower

shredded plastic in a tree
Never far from thoughtlessness. 

Garage slowly being reclaimed

flint animal
flint animal

serpent branch
serpent branch

the summer remembered
the summer remembered

South African hat
a long way from home

field with horses

Caterham High street tree

St Lawrence church
St Lawrence church, built in 1095




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