It’s one of my favorite times of the year in Cornwall when the buttercups go mad popping up everywhere. The weather has been iffy for the last few weeks and I’ve been feeling slightly desperate to see a color other than grey. Yesterday delivered big time so John and I went out for a walk in the afternoon after I finished with work. I was getting ready to photograph him sitting in the buttercups when he disappeared!
You can barely see him in the shot above.
When I looked up to see where he’d gone, I found him flat on his back soaking up the sun. A few weeks ago the buttercups were just beginning to show up, and I wrote a post with links explaining why this meadow is so special to us. You can follow the link if you’re new to GOTJ and interested in learning more.
Ahhh … there he is!
John snapped this one of me while I was trying to get a macro shot.
We posed for a timed shot with the buttercup field behind us before moving on for a walk through the woods.
From this angle you can see the buttercup field through the trees. This area is stunning all year round and John and I often talk about how lucky we are to have this walking distance from our home.
This tree with its fresh new leaves was more beautiful than my camera could capture and too large to get more than a bit of it in the shot.
Walking on a bit, I saw a path I had not explored and was off down the hill to see the water I could hear below.
Again, my little Canon can’t begin to communicate how beautiful this space is or how the water rushing over the rocks in places sounds like people murmuring together, carrying on a conversation I can’t make out.
The banks and surrounding area have these gorgeous bluebells scattered all around.
After hearing John calling out to me saying he was going on, I hurried up the hill to walk the rest of the way with him.
We walked on reaching the village by way of the main road after we left the wood and we saw a common sight, where riders on horseback share the road with cars. That’s our village church in the background.
Have you got a favorite place you go to clear your head or find your balance after a tough day? Nature always does it for me.