Winter Weather UK Style:

Here in Devon we suffer from

exceptional winter weather:

Rain, Rain and more Rain,

Preceded with Gales, High Winds and more Gales,

en then

Glorious Sunshine followed by, yes you guessed it:

Rain, Rain and more Rain!

Winter Landscape

Winter Landscape

series of photo portraying our safest and most popular topic of conversation:

The Weather

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14 thoughts on “Winter Weather UK Style:

  1. I’ve finally followed you back from Adrian Lewis’s site and must tell you that I love your landscapes, most especially Rain Cloud Light. You have an exceptional eye and your work is refreshing and delightful!

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  2. Fabulous. Wonderful light. Top photography. ‘Winter landscape’ ‘Rain Light Clouds’ and ‘Rain passing through the valley’ are my favourites.
    “When the weather turns bad, photography gets great”. You just proved it.

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  3. Wow! Not sure if I’ve said this before, Paula, but, if I haven’t, your’s is the best blog I follow. Why does it get to me? Well, the variety of the images you post, and the sheer quality of those images.

    I mean, these here just knock me flat! Do I wish there were mine >>> do I just!!!

    All of these are great images. The ones that really turn the knife in the wound are “Winter landscape” (especially), but “After the storm”, “Rain light clouds” (ohhhh!) and “Rain passing through the valley” are very, very close behind it.

    And none of these epic landscapes are mono. I love (making) mono landscapes, but the colours here are just wonderful. More than anything of course, you’ve captured the light. Great stuff! Adrian

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