Wool, Wiltshire and All Manner of Wonderful Things!

Sunlight.

The prompt for this month’s photo challenge from Wild Daffodil was Sunlight.

May turned out to be a very sunny month, so I thoroughly enjoyed being out and about capturing the essence of sunlight.

Sunlight in York Museum Gardens. This was taken in early May when the leaves were new and soft, and the shadows long  in the early afternnon.

Sunlight twinkling on the sea at Scarborough, on a day when there were more clouds than sunshine.

A field of sunlight- Pickering.

I pointed my camera directly at the sun to capture sunlight through copper beech trees.

Dappled sunlight reflected in the beck through the woods near the railway line. So many colours in sunlight.

Sunlight and steam train, I can’t resist the trains, in case you didn’t guess.

So which do you like best? My favourite is the buttercup field.

Today is the sun is shining again, time to begin the hunt for next month’s prompt which is Sculpture.

 

 

 

Comments on: "Sunlight." (17)

  1. Beautiful photos. I love the light on the water x

  2. Gorgeous photos. Nice to see the sunlight in so many ways. 🙂
    My favourite is the second last one. The light on the water is amazing. Enjoy June and summer.

  3. We have buttercups like that on The Common. I especially like the one of sun on the water.

  4. Buttercups, definitely, but I love them all!

  5. Murtagh's Meadow said:

    Lovely, particularly your field of sunlight:-)

  6. Oh Cathy! What a gorgeous set of photos – all so warming and happy and sunny! It is a toss up between the Buttercups and the Beck for me, but thay are all wonderful. Thanks so much for bringing us sunshine today! ❤ ❤

  7. My favourite is the beck, but all lovely

  8. Buttercup field for me too. There are so many of them out at the moment. Heading Yorkshire this wknd. Camping at Bolton Abbey. Xx

  9. Well, aren’t you the arty farty one with your camera?
    That second to last photo reminds me of a Monet painting.

  10. My favourite just has to be the buttercup field. The photo gives me the sense of wanting to be there, just sitting in the grass and gazing at that view 🙂

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