Anthony Sargeant went to pick Wild Garlic along the Shropshire lane close to his home and found this woodland carpeted with the yellow star-like flowers of Lesser Celandine. A magical scene
This ancient Yew tree was photographed by Anthony Sargeant just off the foot path that runs along the top of Wenlock Edge in Shropshire, England. It has a diameter in excess of two metres and must have grown undisturbed in its remote location for hundreds if not thousands of years.
This splendid Shropshire sunset was photographed by Anthony Sargeant from his home in the Corve Valley at 4pm on the 14th December 2016. Looking out across the meadows that surround the house the outline of the ancient oaks that abound in the area can be seen silhouetted against the sky. It is a very quiet and beautiful part of the world with its ever changing seasons.
Anthony Sargeant took this photograph of the field opposite his Shropshire home during the harvest in 2015. Today, on a frosty December morning, it seems an age away. The view is from the dormer window of the main bedroom.
The same view as the previous post looking out across the fields that surround the Shropshire home of Anthony Sargeant – but this is the next morning after the first frost of the Winter. Last year there were very few severe frosts which is a pity because it means that plant pests are not killed off as they are in a normal winter.
Photographed from the garden of his Shropshire home by Anthony Sargeant on 2nd November 2016 – clear skies and weather system bringing cold air in from Iceland heralds the first frost of winter