As Good Friday was a gorgeous Spring day (and we weren’t in work) we took the opportunity to get out and about in the local area. This shot was taken in the village of Ness on the Wirral/Cheshire border and I was attracted by the shadows cast by the deep furrows in the field opposite the entrance to the Botanical Gardens, which we had just finished visiting. So I popped across the road, scrambled through a hedgerow and took this image:
© Mark Simms Photography (2014)
4 Responses to “Deep Furrows”
Excellent depth, contrast, and composition Mark!
Thanks very much 😊
Smashing image Mark, I really like this one!
Cheers Adrian…..and to think I nearly passed on this photo opportunity 😉