A year of the ‘Window View’ which was our nature series of 2015. The window is one of the few clear windows in the church, and was the view from the vestry. Now it has become the view from our ‘to be’ Kitchen window.
Low light, bare trees and green grass still growing!
The sky through the bare trees has been very noticeable (and rather enjoyable!)
A very autumnal window view, full of coppers and yellows. The leaves are falling. The increasingly bare ash tree makes this corner of the churchyard feel more open and light again.
The leaves are beginning to turn and the window view has an autumnal feel to it.
The view past the churchyard boundary is almost hidden. This corner of the churchyard becomes very shaded at this time of year.
Lush and dark on a cloudy day with the trees in full leaf. Previous ‘Window Views’ here
Everything luscious and green. January, February, March, April and May’s window view here
The evening light on the copper beech and the oak tree enhance May’s Window View. The ash tree has flowered and is now in full leaf, therefore blocking out a lot of sky. January, February, March and April’s ‘Window View’ here
Fresh new green growth is seeping throughout this window view – from the newly cut grass to the ‘flowers’ on the ash tree to the new leaf burst on the trees in Powis Park. January, February and March Window View here