On a fairly sunny Saturday in August I was fortunate to be able to visit a National Trust Property in Sussex. It was one of the most enjoyable days I have spent at a National Trust property. The road signs to Nymans read, ‘Nymans Gardens’, but the property is much more than gardens. There is woodland, farmland, a wildflower meadow, a house with an interesting history and views over rural Sussex.
My opportunities for photography were limited as hubby and I were accompanying an elderly lady on buggy rides around the woodland and gardens. The drivers were very knowledgeable and made the day most worthwhile.
This week the photo challenge from the Daily Post is Collage.
I have collected together some of my skyscapes from 2017 in West Cumbria. All except two are sunsets. The other two are perhaps of more interest to sky-watchers. The supermoon was taken in the morning. The halo has already appeared on Twitter.