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“Why can’t people just sit and read books and be nice to each other?”
― David Baldacci

We wandered out this evening, looking for a red Poppy field to photograph, having seen one a few nights ago. Sadly there weren’t any local (that we could find!) However we did venture to a field that I knew was red a few years ago and to our surprise, found a beautiful spread of white poppies.



 

The rain was on the horizon which made an interesting hue in the sky, sort of like the sunsets from a few evenings ago. There was Hail, Thunder, sunshine and rain today – a bit of everything except for snow! Rumour has it a tornado almost touched down on the Isle of Wight too…Now that would have made for some fabulous photographs!



We’re taking a break from our very hectic Wedding season, to enjoy a bit of ad hoc photography – sort of whenever and wherever. The evening sunsets are really helping us with that unplanned plan!

My blog title today is the tiniest reference to the latest political happenings in the UK… I mean seriously, the media (social media included) has just exploded the past few days with such, hate, stupid comments, scare-mongering articles and more! Why can’t everyone just sit down somewhere quietly and read a good book….even for a short while…! Enough said on that topic….

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“Inhale and hold the evening in your lungs.”
― Sebastian Faulks

Whilst we have a beautiful (man-made) bunch of fields and park right outside our front door, we also have a bigger bunch of (slightly more natural) fields just around the corner. So we decided to venture there rather last minute today with the dog, whilst the sky turned thundery and beautiful…




We weren’t disappointed, the rolling hills, shimmering fields and beautiful grass combined nicely with the backdrop of a thundery sky. With a few rumbles in the distance, we decided to cautiously venture further…





And stumbled across the animals of Farthing Wood. A few shy Deer and a snuffling Badger weren’t too bothered by ours (and the dogs) presence.







Just goes to show, you should never stay in just because it looks like it’s going to rain… ;)




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