Sunday mornings are my allocated camera time, so if you see a blog title from any other day, you can assume that mist or fog was in the forecast (that'll save me writing it every week!) I must have really really thought it was going to be foggy on this particular morning, as this trip would have involved Grandma coming round to babysit - something that would have required plenty of forward planning on my part!
But alas, the weather continued to slowly lift its skirt, only to reveal a metaphysical 'insert unattractive image of your choice here', and once more there was no mist at my chosen location. Instead of moping about it, I thought I would take the opportunity to explore new parts of the hill I'd not visited before, and I'm kind of glad for that as I 'discovered' a lovely meadow of Bluebells, that in the right light could really stand out...
As usual, let me know what you think in the comments (or not as it tends to be!)
And with that, it was time to get home and relieve Grandma from the torment of my terrible two!
Thanks for coming with me today - if you like mediocre Bluebell images you should read some of my earlier blogs (and if I'm honest, some of my future blogs too as there are still a couple more weeks of Bluebell season left..)
PS I am finding it interesting revisiting these images how often I look at one of my edits and am confused by the direction I took! In particular, I think I could focus on my ability to dodge/burn appropriately, as a lot of my images appear 'flat'. Maybe something useful has come from this blogging exercise after all!