Winter Light

Well here they are….. my final photos of 2016.

We looked at the outside temperature, minus 3°C and nature had been hard at work while we slept in and effort to entice us out.  So it was on with the layers and coats, extra socks and walking shoes and off we go cameras in hand.  WOW…. we were not disappointed.  Nature had really been working overtime.  Sadly, all this hard work was only to last for less than an hour as the weak winter sun broke through the mist. So in 2017 enjoy and respect every moment because you never know what the future holds.

Hope you enjoy the following slide show…..

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Terry Fisher Photography
Capture and Preserve Your Memories

Diamonds in the Hedgerow

Valley Of Mist – Poem by Les Derbyshire

I wander in a valley full of mist today,
In cloud so low I feel its breath.
Picture by Terry Fisher
Picture by Terry Fisher
The scattered villages ghostly ride
Upon a sea of fine white silk,
Float silently among the fields.
Through muslin-curtained sky
I glimpse the sun’s pale disc;
Picture by Terry Fisher
Picture by Terry Fisher
He finds no welcome here
And hurries on to warm some other hillside.
Nothing in your web will you catch today, spider!
Picture by Terry Fisher
Picture by Terry Fisher
It hangs in the hedgerow
A vision of bright diamonds.
Picture by Terry Fisher
Picture by Terry Fisher
Patient cattle in the yard
Picture by Terry Fisher
Picture by Terry Fisher
Breathe soundless clouds.
No flight of bird disturbs the grey-lit sky
Nor song delight the ear.
Picture by Terry Fisher
Picture by Terry Fisher
The muffled stream withholds its playful voice,
Glides softly on its way.
I turn aside
And through the enfolding air
I trace again my homeward road.
Picture by Terry Fisher
Picture by Terry Fisher

Terry Fisher Photography
Capture and Preserve Your Memories

Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red

The installation at the Tower of London called Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red by Paul Cummins and Tom Piper, reaches a climax on Tuesday November 11 when the final poppy will be planted. In all 888,246 ceramic poppies will fill the Tower’s famous moat, each poppy representing a British military fatality during the First World War. It is estimated that well over 4 million people have visited the poppy field to date.

 

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Terry Fisher Photography
Capture and Preserve Your Memories