On Sunday I went over to Cobnor to take down my paintings from the exhibition there. On the way at home at dusk, there was a lovely soft and subtle sunset over the corn fields of Cobnor.
I had my camera with me, so stopped and tried to capture it. Sadly, the 18-35mm lens isn’t really up to it, so wasn’t really able to do it justice, but anyway, here it is. Despite the limitations of the lens, you can still see the lovely colours. My fingers got cold (starting to feel that Autumn nip) so gave up and went home. Think I need to start saving for that Sigma.
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