So many of our trees are afflicted with this. Seems most likely to be
Horse chestnut leaf-mining moth (Cameraria ohridella)
or (less likely)
Leaf blotch (Guignardia aesculi)
William Barnstone Esquire Gave this Clock to the parish of Bishopstone In the Year of our Lord 1654
The glass in the Baptistry Window is dedicated to the Glory of God in loving memory of Philip Browning, a true countryman who died on the 24th day of July 1980 aged 23 years
Great composition and beautiful light for this shot
I think you've taken a wonderful picture. There's a calmness that's offset by a tension in the reflections that are set diagonally. And I like all the gradations in the tasty blues. Thanks for sharing this.
Thanks for the info Alan. I think public art is (mostly) a great idea and benefit to the community. One of the reasons for visiting Liverpool was to see Another Place at Crosby.
Thanks, it was a strange day with a strange light in French Brittany...
Indeed, I have the feeling to sea the same photos when I look yours !
esta es una de la mas bonitas bayas que existen!
saludos de italia.