164 Essex Landscape

This is about a 5 min drive from were I live. It is the view from a large garden over the Essex Countryside, showing the varied nature of an English farming area.

Often I forget how beautiful my tiny Island can be, then a chance remark  makes me seek out a photo which I see in a different light.

This was one of a series of photo’s I took with a new camera. In my eagerness to get ‘The Shot’  I over balanced and had to bre helped up by a charming gentleman (older than me) while my ever loving wife looked on trying hard not to laugh.

I am still to embarrassed to return, maybe this year tho.


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8 Responses to 164 Essex Landscape

  1. danudin says:

    You have to go back and oh yes join your wife and learn to laugh at yourself. Check out my blogs over the last two years, I don’t give a damn what kind of a fool I appear, I’m HAVING FUN and that is all there is!

  2. Gisele says:

    I have been in some pretty strange positions trying to get some shots, myself. I’m not sure what took me so long to find your blog, but now that I’m here I have added you to my Reader and look forward to your posts.

  3. lsvejda says:

    What a beautiful landscape. I also have found myself in strange positions while trying to capture an image. I call this my stretching and bending exercise.

  4. Tammy says:

    Funny how we miss the beauty in the every day sights we see! This is just gorgeous and so peaceful!

  5. jackscrap says:

    A beautiful looking landscape in all directions, getting into precarious positions is half the fun isn’t it?

  6. Mary Lou says:

    Beautiful countryside!! I have fallen several time while not paying attention to anything except getting the shot I want!! Embarrassing to say the least!!

  7. KarenAnn says:

    Wonderful landscape! And you survived to post it!!!

  8. You may have been ‘over-balanced’ but you got the horizon straight! (Or maybe, like me, you let the action of ‘straighten’ take place in photo editing mode.) Honestly, this looks like what, in my imagination, the English countryside should be.

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