late september sunset

What a gorgeous end to September after quite a blustery stormy month. The mornings here have been shrouded in sea mist before clearing away to reveal a beautiful golden autumn sun. The sunset last night glowed across the horizon, it was a bit like viewing it from an aeroplane, such a vast horizon with a rising band of colour disappearing into a deep blue sky. Stunning. Here’s the view from the ‘Higher Blow the Winds’ field, close to St Ewe village. Enjoy the sunshine!


red sky at night

Words don’t very well describe last nights sunset over these skies, even a photo doesn’t quite do it justice but it’ll have to do!

fields of gold…

…or vaguely green? Just a few photos of winter barley growing at Kestle Farm with a beautiful late sunshine lighting up the landscape. Enjoy!

A very wintery sunset

Just when you thought it couldn’t get colder, it just did. I don’t think the thermometer has gone above 0˚c today. For those who may start accusing us of being southern softies, this is Cornwall we’re talking about! It’s just not like this here very often! Add in the biting East wind and you’re looking at about -5˚c brrr. Anyhow, it made for some nice photos on the farm this afternoon… Oh and there is another bonus, tomorrow is 1st December, savour that first chocolate out of the Advent Calendar!

Red Sky at Night

I stopped by Kestle Farm on my way home this evening. I had my camera kit with me in the car and the light was beautiful. A crisp autumnal day, northerly wind and sunshine. Perfect. So here’s a few photos for your enjoyment! -sal


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