Painting the Countryside Yellow






If you drive anywhere in the UK at this time of year, you can’t help but see miles and miles of yellow fields – Oilseed Rape as far as the eye can see. It’s a true sign of spring and always brings a smile to my face. I was walking in West Marden last week and strolled to the top of Jubilee Clump where I took this lovely lot. It’s in the heart of West Sussex with views down to the Solent and Isle of Wight – spectacular on a clear day. It’s interesting that you’d imagine the best results would come with the sun out but it actually made the exposure extremely difficult. I’m still quite pleased with the results though – what do you think?

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About Lou Bushell

I love great photos - and I love taking great photos. It's as simple as that! I want you to enjoy having your photo taken by me, and for you to love the photos I take as much as I do.
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