Been away for a week now on a stock shooting trip to the South West of the UK. I left in good weather with a weather forecast that seemed to indicate that summer might be re-appearing, at least for a while. However the UK is never that simple. Things changed and a planned move to another part of the country was cancelled because of the weather. As indicated in the last two posts, low pressure systems have started moving in from the south west and the fine settled conditions that I started with have changed. There's more rain about, its slightly colder and I'm having to work round the weather.
For a landscape photographer working in the UK this is not unusual and often with patience, low pressure systems can produce some of the best pictures.
This was a panoramic stitch taken in late evening light, in good weather.