The Glow of Autumn

A couple of late autumn images from nearly a decade ago…I was amazed to note the dates on these (2008), I really hadn’t thought it was so long ago…

A faint glow of early evening sun on the stones of this old castle:

The door in the tower, Scotney

…and a most autumnal glow on the castle and it’s reflection here:

Scotney Castle

Linked to Glow and Fall

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60 comments

  1. What a splendid pair. Each a portrait of a different Light. The reflection is a bonus making three photos! Hope your weekend is equally splendid.

    • Sue

      Glad you like these, Meg…thanks for a most enthusiastic comment! I’m having a quiet day in tomorrow as we are told it’s going to be stormy. Hope you have a good weekend – hugs from me ๐Ÿ˜Š

  2. Really beautiful Sue.

  3. These are beautiful, Sue.

    janet

  4. So lovely, Sue. The second one is really breathtaking. ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. Both good shots, Sue, but my favourite is the door to the tower.

  6. The lighting on the castle is superb! Very subtle.

  7. Adore the second pic…..!

  8. The castle reflected in the lake is perfect. Like one of those photos you always want to take.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  9. Oh, such heartwarming shots. Looking back on my own pictures I see 2008 was a good year for autumnal photos.

  10. I keep meaning to write a post about Scotney, but so far I haven’t. Your post made me look up when it was we visited and it was in 2010! We still lived in Surrey then. Crikey, so much has happened since then. The warm light on your ruined castle is lovely. Mine are much whiter, but I do have some lovely reflections and some of the boat house, also lots of decaying flowers! We were there mid afternoon in early September on the way home from Canterbury I believe.

  11. Lovely shots Sue. They work so well as a pair; the first giving just a hint of glow on the stone and the second quite radiant ๐Ÿ™‚

  12. Where do the years go? The reflection photo is stunning. I think I might have dropped my camera in the water at the excitement of seeing it!
    Which reminds me did I mention I dropped my iPhone in sheep droppings in Ireland? Hasn’t been quite the same since. ๐Ÿ™‚

  13. Beautiful, Iโ€™m guessing it was golden hour in the second photo. Youโ€™ve caught it too perfection

  14. The second picture of the caste is perfect.

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  16. Oh, they are glorious…and the last one is just perfect on the wall!

  17. These are lovely! Keepers, for sure. ๐Ÿ˜Š

  18. Mesmerising… I love it ๐Ÿ˜

  19. The door is wonderfully mysterious, but the second photo is fabulous!

  20. The autumn sun really does give a special glow, doesn’t it? You’ve captured this beautifully in your photo. Thanks for sharing! I have a poetry blog here on WordPress and this week’s poems are all about autumn in case you have time to look? Have a good day! Sam ๐Ÿ™‚

  21. So beautiful from this heritage.

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