Photos: Amesbury and Normanton Down

Last night we took an evening trip close to Stonehenge. Not to the tourist attraction itself, but to nearby lanes for a bit of an exploration. There was only about an hour left until sunset so I grabbed my camera on the way out of the door.

I didn’t take a tripod or any different lenses, I just clicked away at some of the view  – the sun was a beautiful golden colour. The moon was really bright and we had a brilliant, clear night.

Below are a few shoots from the evening – including a sunset and some piglets! Enjoy.

The moon is out

Yes, I know where I'm going

Yes, I know where I’m going

Nature reserve

Nature reserve

Mummy pig?

Mummy pig?

Spot the piglets

Spot the piglets

The moon shining brightly

The moon shining brightly

The last bit of sunshine creeping through the trees

The last bit of sunshine creeping through the trees

All sorts out this time of night ;)

All sorts out this time of night 😉

Until next time..

Until next time..

 

Photos were taken on my Canon 400D with a 17-55mm lens. Thanks for looking!

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