Trotted over to the tree this afternoon, a bit of sunshine today, though I’ve found that doesn’t help when shooting upwards as the sky gets blown out, not to worry, I’ve got used to the settings I need to cope with it, mostly.
Today I found a nail hammered into one of the upper branches, presumably to hang a swing of some sort from.
But the shot of the day is of some fungus growing on another upper branch, and a tiny spider weaving a web between all the splurges of fungus. The branch is quite high up so had to use the 50-230 cheapo zoom I have.
On the way home I noticed a few spots of colour in the sea of green, and focused on these isolated sentinels of the marshland.
seems odd to find just one bluebell on it’s own as they usually are a carpet of flowers in woodlands.
Not sure what the next few are but they stood out amid the grassland
and one of the neighbours has rose bushes in their front bit, but don’t really look after them.
I added a texture to this one for the fun of it