Sunrays in my photos.
Sunrays appear often in my photos from Cornwall. Must be because we see a lot of them here! Or maybe just that I absolutely adore sunshine. Whatever the season, I find a bit of sunshine puts a smile on my face. It also makes me feel happy and ready to take on the day. So in traditional style, here is a fine sunray I photographed recently:
This ray shone through and the flowers seemed to fight to get into the limelight. And if there was a ‘seat’, the sun certainly shone on it here! Grasses in the light seem so much more colouful and sharp. Looking around in West Cornwall, the very south of the UK, you’d be forgiven for thinking it was spring here. Flowers are budding, bushes and grasses are green and lush.
In this photo, I am walking our dog beside a stream that rolls into Mounts Bay near Penzance. Lush green bushes and ivy on treetrunks. It does look wonderful with a little sunshine setting the picture off! If you want alook at the flipside off the coin, I put a short film on FB. I find it stirring to view the stormy winds, waters and waves this time of the year. Streams get overloaded with water from rains and met at sea by high tides. We often get flooding on such occasions, especially with superhigh springtides.
Mounts Bay in the enticing sunshine at Praa Sands with fluffy clouds surrounding. What’s not to love about this picture?
Backlanes of Cornwall.
Along the backlanes of Cornwall we can admire the Cornish landscape well. With palmtrees lining the roads along with electric poles we soon get spoiled. One day we might even have super fast broadband round here. ‘Til then, do feel free to keep in touch by email – LOL.
All the very best,
ALVAJOAN of CORNWALL, part of The CLASSEXE Group.