Wednesday, 21 June 2017

summer evenings


We are having a mini heat-wave here with temperatures reaching 30ºC and my last post has pictures of a cold January Edinburgh day!

Today is the summer solstice (in the UK it was at 5:24 this morning) so I thought some seasonally appropriate photographs would be a good idea.


These pictures were taken  last week when we had a short walk and an evening picnic along the Wayfarers Path in North Hampshire.


I like to go at this time of the year to see the wild orchids. There were plenty to see this year.





A beautiful place for a picnic sitting in the sunshine among the wild flowers.


The path back went through fields of barley, gently moving in the breeze



and as the sun got lower in the sky the whole place took on a golden glow. A reminder to appreciate the long summer evenings.



2 comments:

Alice and Ginny said...

hello, i'm not much of a blogger these days but pleased to see you here still here. hope all's well. Was wondering if you'd like to meet up and visit the Anne Kelly exhibition at the national needlework archive sometime during the summer?.. would be so lovely to catch up Ginny x

willow said...

Hi Ginny,

Lovely to hear from you, it would be great to meet up, I've sent you an email.