A walk around Bosham Harbour on a sunny and cold winters afternoon produced a few good finds. I was hoping for more beautiful sunsets, but it turned out that it was shades of blue that was waiting to be captured.
I love the inky blue water, and the ripples sent out by the swan.
The setting sun nicely highlighted the metal chain.
Lots of lovely weathered shades of blue and rust on this old boat
This boat almost looks like it has an ice frosting on the side.
More shades of blue, white and brown, with a touch of fading sun.
I love the simplicity of this old boat shed.
And at last the setting sun sending out it orange hues, leaving behind the blues captured just minutes before.
Most mornings I go for a walk really early, it wakes me up and I like the time to myself. Some mornings are better than others, today’s was beautiful due to a really heavy frost, and a large dose of sunshine.
It started this weekend and lasted for an evening and two full days, he stayed over so was able to experience the surroundings in the evening and early morning.
Despite the torrential rain he was able to get out and about and take some beautiful photographs. One of the highlights of his stay was looking around the beautiful college and getting to know its history, and also eating the gorgeous food.
There are so many amazing courses at West Dean, or if you dont fancy a course just visit the stunning gardens and victorian greenhouses. There are also special days to visit throughout the year which are fun to attend.