Our 45 minute walk around Linford in the evening is accompanied by mist and silver linings.
Lovely beech trunks through the misty light in the Little Linford Inclosure.
As we head up through Linford Bottom we look back at the sun, hidden by a huge cloud but throwing rays up into the cornflower blue sky.
Zooming in on the sun just visible as a bright disc through the cloud.
The clouds are a tapestry of pinks and greys behind the trees of the Great Linford Inclosure.
The omnipresent Oyster Mushroom again, it’s obviously the time of year for them. Topside….
The recent rainy days have left Linford very wet underfoot. Although with my leaking wellies at the moment, that’s infoot for me!.
The sun makes a valiant effort to break through the cloudbank.
It floods the area with light as we skirt the edge of Pinnick Wood creating dappled light and shade under the trees.
As we head back this old bare tree provides a stark foreground to a wonderful silver-lined cloud.
That silver lining – which looks suspiciously gold – intensifies and the disappearing sun shines high into the sky.
Worth a zoom don’t you think?.