Do you talk to yourself when you take photos? No, just me? I don’t even talk, I sort of make strange noises of appreciation. An “oooh” here or an “aaaah” there, if the light is particularly lovely or there’s a butterfly. I get some funny looks, I can tell you.
Luckily, when I snapped this one I was all on my own because there was a definite “oooooohhhhhh” when I went to the bottom of the garden of the converted barn we’ve been staying in for the last few days (more about that on Wednesday) and this was the view.
The fabulous thing is that the image hasn’t been tinkered with at all. This is just exactly how it was. What a privilege to witness it.
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I also have another brilliant Behind The Book post tomorrow with the award-winning writer Kate Field so please do pop back.
To celebrate Freya’s return to health we went on a little after school/work trip to get a hot chocolate this week – with a quick detour to capture this beautiful sunset on the way.
From Mousehold Heath you get stunning views over Norwich (here’s a daylight one from last year) but it was the uninterrupted sky that I was interested in.
I always feel really exhilarated being outside at sunset and Freya enjoyed the adventure too (I should point out she’s facing me in the photo and not looking into the sun, which she knows is dangerous).
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