A broader shot from yesterday’s little trip, showing Sixteen Foot Drain and the wider flat fenlands that it helps preserve.
Whilst I prefer the tighter shot I posted yesterday as a composition, something I want to do as a vague photography project is work out how to capture the flat fens that surround us here in Cambridgeshire - I feel I don’t appreciate them for what they are, instead just seeing them as featureless flat areas between the intresting bits further away (i.e., the sea on one side and more hilly parts to the other). Here the bike and tree are no longer the focus, but rather there to give some context to the broader landscape. I’m not sure 24mm is wide enough to do this justice, but it’s currently as wide as I have.
Bonus easter egg - if you pixel peep you can see the beer bottle that some scallywag has stashed in the tree trunk.